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Old 04-14-2006, 09:13 AM   #1
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What high flow cat should iget for my 00? i know most people use magnaflow, what part number should i be looking for?
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I think its the 94000 series here:
http://www.car-sound.com/catalog/universal/940.aspx

2.5 intlet/outlet
edit: the 94006
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Hold on a second. Get the direct fit. On the series 2, the front of the cat is part of the flange. There is no real room to cut pipe. Cost me more than the direct fit to buy the universal and have it welded in.
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Billboost is right, ...cant say why i forgot that... installed my headers couple weeks ago
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Hold on a second. Get the direct fit. On the series 2, the front of the cat is part of the flange. There is no real room to cut pipe. Cost me more than the direct fit to buy the universal and have it welded in.
so what one do I need for my 97, direct fit to stock dp
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Hold on a second. Get the direct fit. On the series 2, the front of the cat is part of the flange. There is no real room to cut pipe. Cost me more than the direct fit to buy the universal and have it welded in.
so what one do I need for my 97, direct fit to stock dp
Without going off topic, I'll say that a quick google search showed great results.
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bill, when you say direct-fit, do you mean an OEM replacement, or is there high-flow direct fits? it needs to get welded on one side anyway, so i dont mind having to have it welded on both...
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Hey Oats, I have an 02 and I asked a while back which cat I needed and the part number we came up with is 54305.

I am still quite confused though, I need help on this also.


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This is a link to the Car sound direct fit replacement.
http://www.car-sound.com/catalog/dir...spx?PartID=186

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This is a link to the Car sound direct fit replacement.
http://www.car-sound.com/catalog/dir...spx?PartID=186

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does anyone know if this is a clamp-on or a weld in job on the outlet end?
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