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Old 05-04-2011, 07:58 PM
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Originally Posted by 916Timmy View Post
If you still have the stock muffler you won't notice anything in the cats. The gain is very minimal if any....Change your muffler.
Thanks for the response. I'm not concerned about the power as much as I am the driveability and towing aspect. I cut it off cuz it was clogged and I didnt wanna put money into a cat until I was sure I could get it running right. I searched the forums but all I found were ppl sayin they were gonna do it or have done it but never talked about the results down the line and whether or not the torque suffered. I plan to add a hi-flow muffler down the line but for now I just need to know what to expect from this current setup.
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