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High flow cat

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by Korax, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. Korax

    Korax New Member

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    Who makes a decent high flow catalytic converter? I really don't want a test pipe for my street exhaust set and I can't seem to find anything good. I'm coming up with $20 cats or test pipes only... a $20 cat can't be very functional. This is for my 91 b16 ED.
     
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    Not sure how well lower cell count cats work but you can find 100-cell and 200-cell that flow a little better.
     
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    Magnaflow/Carsound is the way to go.. check the link i posted above
     
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    Yeah eg6sir, I think that's what I'll end up going with. I guess it's time to call jack's house of bends and see how much they want to rape me to weld the flanges and install that ; ;. I found one that OBX or somebody makes that was in the $50 range but again didn't look like it was very functional.. looked like a test pipe more than a cat.
     
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    my guess is $30-40 at most for the flanges.. i have a place that'll do it for $20
     
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