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Old 09-02-2003, 12:53 AM   #11
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If you are paying more than 150 for a cat, you have too much money to spend.
Well said Seth.

If that were the case, you truly must be a drug runner to have that kind of money for a CAT Or just insane.
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Old 09-03-2003, 12:26 PM   #12
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i lost lots of low end torque whne i gutted my cat and i want to get a new one but im priceing them ive found about $150 for everything cat and labor.
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Is the loss of low end torque when freeing up exhaust restrictions only true for non supercharged cars ??
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You probably still will with a relativly stock SSEi, but once you get some serious mods it will help out a lot.
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does any kind work cuz im lookin at this one to put in for now...http://www.partsamerica.com/PartDeta...pe=145&PTSet=A
should i just put that in for now? the maremont would that last me til spring w/ the flowmaster...cuz i want to put a new pipe on then and i can put the high flow in then...if this one will last
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Keep that cat on....i believe if it is off it will sound pretty bad. The resonator can be stripped and it shouldnt sound too bad..
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what bout puttin the other cat on for 6 months?
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