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Old 08-01-2012, 01:10 AM
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Originally Posted by williecarrillo View Post
i was wondering if you can just buy a straight pipe to get rid of the catalytic converter? without having to cut of weld anything?
I haven't seen a "test pipe" for sale for years & shops have told me they were "outlawed" by Gov't. regulations. Wouldn't be hard to make one though, you'd just need the flanges for either end, a piece of pipe the right length & maybe access to a pipe bender. Although you can buy pre-bent sections & piece together a pipe with bends in it.

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besides making it loud and giving the truck a lil power is there anything else i should worry about ?
Inspections, assuming you have them in your State. And a "test pipe" wouldn't increase the noise level much @ all -- but it would most assuredly improve flow. Also, if you can't get away running no converter @ all, the are aftermarket versions which flow a lot better than stock.
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