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I have your 1 3/4 headers and a kooks catted x pipe. I was thinking about getting a catless x pipe from you. Would the car be louder with catless?
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I have your 1 3/4 headers and a kooks catted x pipe. I was thinking about getting a catless x pipe from you. Would the car be louder with catless?
Yes it will be louder w/o cats

Back in the day, it would be much louder, but today's high flow
cats are pretty decent, but yes, it will be louder

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Yes it will be louder w/o cats

Back in the day, it would be much louder, but today's high flow
cats are pretty decent, but yes, it will be louder

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Im definitely ok with it being louder! Would there be a hp difference between the x pipes? My car has a [email protected] supercharger, cam and catback with the headers.
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Im definitely ok with it being louder! Would there be a hp difference between the x pipes? My car has a [email protected] supercharger, cam and catback with the headers.
Technically yes - maybe 3-5 across the band, but really any increase
you may see would be well within the average Dyno error rate...

So not really a change for HP/TQ

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i'm in the market for a Long tube setup. between Dynatech or Kooks. I can't make the decision to go OFFROAD or not. I've read some reviews on here that there is a pretty strong fuel smell that enters the cabin when going with offroad style. I don't mind if i'ts louder as long as it doesn't drone in the cabin. right now i have a corsa sport axle back on it. Any recommendations?

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i'm in the market for a Long tube setup. between Dynatech or Kooks. I can't make the decision to go OFFROAD or not. I've read some reviews on here that there is a pretty strong fuel smell that enters the cabin when going with offroad style. I don't mind if i'ts louder as long as it doesn't drone in the cabin. right now i have a corsa sport axle back on it. Any recommendations?
Kooks and Dynatech are pretty similar, so no real difference there.

Today's High Flow Cats are much better than ones from 10-20 years
ago. They flow almost as good as No Cats. You will get a sulfur/fuel
smell when you come to a stop or pull into the garage.

Unless you are building a super high HP application or a dedicated Track Car,
there is no real reason not to go with Cats these days...IMHO

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