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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-11-2006 Thread Starter
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Removed Cats...

I just had the cats removed from my stang...just wondering what if anything i gained with power or torque... it sure sounds alot better :laughlitt


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I just had the cats removed from my stang...just wondering what if anything i gained with power or torque... it sure sounds alot better :laughlitt
no, the cat's aren't a restriction on the 6. you may lose a some torque depending on the diameter of your catback.


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you can remove one or the other, cats or resignators (i think those are them) as long as you leave one on there you should be safe, 2.25" exhaust would be the biggest on the V6 I would go.

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