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remove catback for LT install

This is a discussion on remove catback for LT install within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I just received my magnaflow cat back and plan to put it on soon and i plan on getting lts ...

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    remove catback for LT install

    I just received my magnaflow cat back and plan to put it on soon and i plan on getting lts and ory within a month. to install the lts and then the y pipe, would i have to take the entire catback off? Or can i just remove the I pipe?

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    You don't have to touch the catback to install LTs and a new Y. Whatever setup you get should bolt right up to the front of your catback

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    i agree with z driver but on the same token i found it easier to bolt on the headers and ory then loosen the rear hanger on the muffler to move the i pipe and muffler back just enough to slip over y pipe. Seemed to work out easier
    just a thought
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetorangess
    i agree with z driver but on the same token i found it easier to bolt on the headers and ory then loosen the rear hanger on the muffler to move the i pipe and muffler back just enough to slip over y pipe. Seemed to work out easier
    just a thought
    J
    yeah that's right. My mac ORY is two pieces and it's connected with ball flanges, I wasn't thinking about a solid y and headers without ball flanges, my bad

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