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Hi-Flow Cat #1467 Nov 6, 8:37am Nov 6, 8:37am
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Hi-Flow Cat
Anyone know where to get a hi-flow cat for a 2k GTS? I saw a post about someone having one, but I cant find it.


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Re: Hi-Flow Cat [Re: MichaelH] #1468 Nov 11, 8:57am Nov 11, 8:57am
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Random technology has a universal high flow cats

Re: Hi-Flow Cat [Re: kimo] #1469 Nov 12, 12:11am Nov 12, 12:11am
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do you know any prices?

While we're on the exhaust subject, how about i pick your brains...

I'm looking to get a custom cat back exhaust... now correct me if im wrong, this is the order of the exhaust parts:

headers-(straight pipe w/cat convt., sensors and reasonator)-axle back exhaust

A cat back exhaust replaces the stock axle back exhaust all the way up to the cat convert. right? you can use your stock reasonator with custom exhaust to keep the noise level down right?

Thanks guys, i've never really caught up on this part... thumbsup

Re: Hi-Flow Cat [Re: Steven] #1470 Nov 11, 2:49pm Nov 11, 2:49pm
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if you are talking about just adding a cat back exhaust, then yes it will bolt up to your stock cat. i called them and i think the guy said 249 here is there site
http://www.randomtechnology.com/

Re: Hi-Flow Cat [Re: kimo] #1471 Nov 12, 3:50pm Nov 12, 3:50pm
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Steven, Im also confused on this subject...My 02 gts celica has an exhaust section(muffler) which bolts to another section which goes all the way to the header before you have any more bolts or connections, confused follow me? this long section from the exhaust manifold all the way to the muffler contains a catalitic convertor and a resognator, I ordered Greddy Evo cat back exhaust. Anybody know how far it goes?

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