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Old 02-09-2006, 12:47 PM   #1
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I have got the money to do my hi-flow cat, and I am wondering is the right part number,/

I looked at jegs.com and this is the number I searched for and got a price on CARK54305. Just wanna make sure before I order and maybe have to send it back.

One other question. When I had Intense do my pcm I had them do an 02 delete.

Will I still set off a SES code by adding the hi flow cat?? I read somewhere it would still set off a code?

Thanks for the help,

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nothing at jegs under that...

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We could not find any matches for your search
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https://www.fulllineexhaust.com/cgi-...&key=CARK54305

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(CARK54305) Round 2.25" Inlet/Outlet, Magnaflow Catalytic Converter
looks spendier than it should be at $73
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Humm not sure,, the size and shape are correct, but not sure on the 2.25in part. Thought is was 2.5 off the manifold? I went with the SLP cat in 3in in/out. off the TOG headers had exhaust shop weld up my mess and convert the 3in outlet to fit the rest of the exhaust going into the resonator, rest is stock.

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yes, 2.5 outlet and inlet.
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That'* the best match I can find also. I agree with you haro it does look spendier, I thought some of the gang is getting them for like less than $70.00 shipped to the door.

As a matter of fact I thought I had read a couple post of less than $60.00. Could be my mind playing tricks on me though.

Thanks for the info Taylor and Mike. If anyone know of a cheaper place gimme a holler.

Oh yeah, Harofreak, this is most definately off topic but, I have to ask,...where did you come up with the name Harofreak. I used to ride bikes some and Haro was a very high name company, just curious if there is any connection to your nickname.

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Oh yeah, Harofreak, this is most definately off topic but, I have to ask,...where did you come up with the name Harofreak. I used to ride bikes some and Haro was a very high name company, just curious if there is any connection to your nickname.

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yup.. i used to work/beat on bikes, now its cars.. had that online name for years now
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Cool that'* what I figured. Never know who is gonna have what in common, if that makes sense.


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Cool that'* what I figured. Never know who is gonna have what in common, if that makes sense.


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randman1 was a BMX'er back in the day... i saw pics

sorry totally off topic here
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