Sure, you could use it as a y-pipe, but a huge empty chamber is catastrophic to exhaust gas velocity.
Thanks, that's what I needed to know. I wasn't sure what that the empty chamber would do.
What if I were to divide it with a piece of metal down the middle, or two pieces in a V like shape to direct the flow a bit??
I don't have enough parts to make a Y-pipe or any money to buy the stuff or a Y pipe, but I can find the stuff to modify a cat slightly.
What's with all the cat gutting talk these days? When did the neon/cavalier crowd start buying these cars?
This has nothing to do with me wanting to keep an empty cat on my car, it has to do with having no money to buy the necessary stuff and trying to use what's already available.
I'm not trying to achieve anything more than merging two exhaust pipes together in a way that's beneficial to the flow, not detrimental.
I don't know or understand why anyone would want to gut one or what they hope to achieve, I had to ask because as mentioned above, I don't want it to be a detriment to my exhaust.
I'm still running two cats, and should pass an e-test fine, I'm just dropping the third since it isn't needed, and I'm sure it will help the flow not having it there..... I just need to merge those two pipes in an acceptable manner.
I do also want some sound, I like it loud, and a drone has never bothered me.