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Old 07-09-2013, 11:59 AM
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Your truck already has two cats on it. One on each side just down from the exhaust manifolds. All you would have to do is cut off the Y-pipe and then run the dual pipes to your muffler.

You aren't going to gain much by doing that though... You'd be better off just swapping out the stock Y-pipe with an aftermarket Magnaflow one and keeping your SI/DO muffler. The other option would be to go to a true dual set up with an X-pipe but that will involve a full custom exhaust from the cats back.
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