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high flow cat converter complete system #366572 Jan 5, 10:12pm Jan 5, 10:12pm
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high flow cat converter complete system
has any one heard of any brand who makes high flow cat converter for 2000 celica? i need the whole system... which means the piping from the header to the end of the pipe system

Re: high flow cat converter complete system [Re: dea7hr0w] #366573 Jan 5, 11:59pm Jan 5, 11:59pm
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Why buy that, just a performance restriction. Cat's kill airflow coming from engine because it stalls the process by warming the exhaust fumes to kill pollutants.


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Re: high flow cat converter complete system [Re: Polykarb] #366574 Jan 6, 12:19pm Jan 6, 12:19pm
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because i dont want a cat any more i prefer straight piping from header to the end of the car

Re: high flow cat converter complete system [Re: dea7hr0w] #366575 Jan 6, 12:22pm Jan 6, 12:22pm
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i am confused on whats going on here, but if you are not going 3" then the stock cat is not very restrictive, if you are totally removing the cat look for 1 hp gain and and you can have any muffler shop fabricate a pipe in its place


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Re: high flow cat converter complete system [Re: celicadragon] #366576 Jan 6, 4:34pm Jan 6, 4:34pm
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actually no none will fab a pipe in there because its illegal and shops will get fined jsut keep it unless your going turbo it useless to remove it there are more restrictive arts in your exhaust then the cat not to mention its a pretty good fine if your caught


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Re: high flow cat converter complete system [Re: drkramm] #366577 Jan 6, 4:36pm Jan 6, 4:36pm
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not to mention you have 2 conflicting posts one says you want a hgh flow cat for a bolt in (which isn't avalbe but you can order a high flow cat from summit racing and have a shop weld it it) other a staright pipe


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Re: high flow cat converter complete system [Re: drkramm] #366578 Jan 7, 1:26pm Jan 7, 1:26pm
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i know in certain states it is not a requirement to have one-i think florida is one of those states but in pa yes we will not pass inspection without one and there are heavy fines, and i did think i heard that it is true that having a cat is a federal law and shops arent allowed to remove it but there are some that will if you can pay up


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Re: high flow cat converter complete system [Re: celicadragon] #366579 Jan 16, 2:47am Jan 16, 2:47am
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when do you get inspections on your cars again> every 4 years or something right?

Re: high flow cat converter complete system [Re: BAC] #366580 Jan 16, 11:58am Jan 16, 11:58am
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You might get some CEL's to if you take the cat off. Your O2 Sensor will go nuts trying to correct your fuel to air ratio too. Also you ECU will reconize that the cat is not working and then most likley throw a CEL!

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