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Dec 27, 6:24am - #359444 
cat. conv.

what is the best high flow cat available for a '00 GT manual? <--- to go with a TRD exhaust. and what would be the best header... dc sport?


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Dec 27, 7:57am - #359445 
our stock cats are pretty good. dc headers suck. some people actually lose power.

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Dec 27, 11:33am - #359446 
dont do either cat is fine unless you have turbo and no headers actaully make any real power for our cars wait for tpr headers if they come out he has made good parts for celicas so far but they are hard to get


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