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Old 05-05-2011, 08:33 AM
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When I first got my truck it didn't have cats and I didn't like it. I felt like there wasn't anything down low in the power band. Especially when hauling a 20 ft trailer with some atv's. It was also throwing a code. I put on one cat and gained some low end torque from the extra back pressure. That one burned out since it was kinda cheap so now I'm runnin true duals with magnaflow hi-flo's. I didn't notice huge difference, but it's still better then no cats at all.
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