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Cat'ed Y-pipe

This is a discussion on Cat'ed Y-pipe within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I've been shopping around for a set of LT headers and a Catted y-pipe solution. So far the only ones ...

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    Cat'ed Y-pipe

    I've been shopping around for a set of LT headers and a Catted y-pipe solution. So far the only ones of interest is the TSP-Catted y-pipe that will fit either Pacesetter and Kooks.

    Anyone have had any clearance issues with this pipe? I am looking to also keep the rear O2 sensors. I did notice from pictures the TSP pipe doesn't seem to have a bung for them, Yet the kooks Catted Y-pipe does.

    Also looking too see if the TSP vs Kooks Y-pipe bang up on the floor board (I am considering buying the bump stop clamp)

    ps does the Kooks Y-pipe fit the Pacesetter LTs?


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    The cat on the drivers side is really close to the ground. I have mine adjusted very close to the floorboard, and I still can just barely put my fist between the cat and the ground.

    There are no rear o2 fittings on the TSP catted Y, but you could have them added.

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