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This is a discussion on Catted Y for pacesetter within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Who makes a catted y pipe for the pacesetter Lt's? can an exhaust shop fab one up custom with some ...

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    Catted Y for pacesetter

    Who makes a catted y pipe for the pacesetter Lt's?

    can an exhaust shop fab one up custom with some high flow cats, this would still leave me with a serious problem of driving the car 5 miles open headers lol

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    Pacesetter should, or Texas speed might have one that fits. I went with a Texas Speed ORY, so they might have a catted y that fits. Why you going with a catted Y? Giving up a few ponies there, and plus it costs and extra $200. Better off paying someone to get you some stickers with the extra $200 you saved getting an ORY

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    eh idk i've heard bad things about running no cats

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    I have the TSP catted-y... very satisfied.

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    Pacesetter makes a catted-y for their LS1 applications, but not their LT1 applications. And its fun as hell driving around with open headers. You'll just have a headache and can't hear shit while driving.

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    i'm worried about my PCM and the cops lol

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    I'll need O2 extensions right?

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    http://www.texas-speed.com/SHOP/item...id=181&catid=8


    i dont know if these are ceramic coated?

    i dont want no shitty black paint ones

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    E-mail them and ask...
    And you'll need O2 extensions.

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    I would go with a ORY and just have a tuner get rid of your codes, corvette rear 02's will work for the front, if you don't want to use extensions and i dont know if catted-y's use rear censors or not

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    haha checked out that texas speed site....its only 300 for the same catted y pipe there offering as a combo with the pacesettters.......and they offer the coated setters for 379.........um thats only 679..so how do they come up wth 700 for the 2 as a combo?? costs MORE...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurley711 View Post
    Pacesetter should, or Texas speed might have one that fits. I went with a Texas Speed ORY, so they might have a catted y that fits. Why you going with a catted Y? Giving up a few ponies there, and plus it costs and extra $200. Better off paying someone to get you some stickers with the extra $200 you saved getting an ORY
    What do you mean by getting stickers? Will this work in CT? I would love to save the $200, but i think no cats sounds a lil raspy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GottaHaveLS1 View Post
    What do you mean by getting stickers? Will this work in CT? I would love to save the $200, but i think no cats sounds a lil raspy.
    He means the emissions/inspection stickers they put on your windshield to verify that you passed. If you can get your hands on some stickers, you can slap those on your car and not even have to get it inspected/emissions tests done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyjnjz View Post
    haha checked out that texas speed site....its only 300 for the same catted y pipe there offering as a combo with the pacesettters.......and they offer the coated setters for 379.........um thats only 679..so how do they come up wth 700 for the 2 as a combo?? costs MORE...
    where did u find that, i'll have to look

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    yea i found em both, wow thats weird

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    yea it is, I also emailed on the addresses in their contact us section and i got an email back saying it failed, so i'm gonna try another address.

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    ive emailed those guys- i sent about 1 or 2 emails before one finally went through the one that worked for me was " zach@texas-speed.com "

    oh, and does anyone know if the pacesetter LT to a TSP 3 inch catted- y to a magnaflow catback will be able to flow enough for about 500 HP? My goal is to have about 500 to the flywheel or 400 RWHP. so im unsure if 3 inches will do, thanks

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    yea i think that would support 500 hp

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    i hope so thanks, does anybody else happen to know if the pacesetter LT to a TSP 3 inch catted- y to a magnaflow catback will be able to flow enough for about 500 HP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tav8ws6 View Post
    i hope so thanks, does anybody else happen to know if the pacesetter LT to a TSP 3 inch catted- y to a magnaflow catback will be able to flow enough for about 500 HP?
    Dude, if i had 500hp, i would say fuck the cats and possibly go with true dual dumped exhaust.

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