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WTB: Catted X-Pipe for c5


zook62

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I have kooks long tube headers... Currently with a catless x-pipe. I am moving to California and eventually when I register this thing it will epically fail emissions up there. I'm also all ears for any tips and tricks to getting a vehicle through emissions up there. I have AFR heads, comp cams camshaft, no cats, and a very rich tune (since I got it). If I were to have to ditch the heads and cam I'd just leave it in AZ...

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lol and here I am trying to but a catless xpipe so i can sell my magnaflow catted xpipe. as soon as I get one mine will be for sale.

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lol and here I am trying to but a catless xpipe so i can sell my magnaflow catted xpipe. as soon as I get one mine will be for sale.

I have a catless x pipe that mounts to kooks long tubes.. Just has what I think is a small resonator in place of the cats. It looks like it's met the ground before, but of course it still fundamentally works.
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joe@cpr.com

if you can't find one i would be willing to work you out a trade for that x-pipe in exchange for a new catted

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Just realized it isn't a magnaflow. its a dynatech. so i looked up the part number.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/dtc-715-73720

so I have a feeling with dynatechs wierd header connector design our two xpipes wont work for each other.

http://www.afabcorp.com/cat_images/dynatech/supermaxx/715-73720_hi.jpg

So i guess im back to either knocking out/cutting out the cats or trying to sell it and buy the catless version.

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