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What kind of high flow cats and 02 sims?

This is a discussion on What kind of high flow cats and 02 sims? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have a 2000 ta ws6, it has slp loudmouth exhaust on it already. What would be the best for ...

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    Question What kind of high flow cats and 02 sims?

    I have a 2000 ta ws6, it has slp loudmouth exhaust on it already. What would be the best for sound and quality?

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    What are you tryin to do? why are you replacing your cats? Little more info and we can help ya out bud.
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    same ?

    i got the same question cuz my cats are clogged n there are throwin a code so i need to get them replaced,i also am wondering if i should just get rid of them n get a bassani ORY? decision anyone done this? i was told get the catalytic converter from the same company you got the exhaust (SLP)
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    My driver cat is clogged, passenger was replaced under warranty. I want to put headers,high flow cats and leave my slp exhaust. I am not sure what brand to use..

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    You don't use O2 sims with cats so I gather that was not what you wanted in your original question?

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    I would need sim with high flows in order to not have the ses light on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNICTRY View Post
    I would need sim with high flows in order to not have the ses light on...
    The O2's are for emissions only and have nothing to do with flowing more or less but the effectiveness of the cats, so if you have cats the O2 signals will be correct to the computer assuming a good cat and O2 sensor of course.

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    I bought the Pacesetter Headers with Magnaflow catted Y Pipe from Texas Speed. All and all I think it's a good setup for a great price.

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