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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-30-2003, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
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foreward exhaust section (removing 3rd cat)

ok well for x-mas i got the flowmaster cat back kit and its on after a couple hours in the driveway on x-mas eve and 35 degree weather... but it was worth it....

does anybody have possible dementions or directions on how to make a foreward section to remove the 3rd cat/resignator?

so from right behind the o2 sensors (after the cats) to after the 3rd cat/resignator. i would like to remove this and i have access to a pipe bender and welder at school and i was wondering if anyone had instructions or dementions to do this?

any help would be appreciated!

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thats for right after the 02 sensors right? to where the cat-back kits clamp up to?
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It runs from right after the front 2 cats back to where the catback would bolt to.
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thanks... one more thing... so i would just basically have to measure out the difference for after the 02 sensors right? then make the first two pipes shorter length?

thanks for your help rich
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Guys, thanks for the Y pipe ideas. I'm trying to also replace the first two cats with inline universal cats. No shop wants to touch the job.

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Hey rich what kind of mufflers do you have on your coug?? I have a dynomax cat back and i'm trying to get it a little louder with out highway resonance. Just curious if your setup has dynomx super turbo mufflers??
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