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intsalling flowmaster cat back

This is a discussion on intsalling flowmaster cat back within the V6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; i have a cat back on the way from flowmaster. is this a direct bolt on. any cutting or welding ...

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    intsalling flowmaster cat back

    i have a cat back on the way from flowmaster. is this a direct bolt on. any cutting or welding involved? i wanted to do this at home but dont have the tools if requires much more then some sockets and wrenches. thanks for the help again, forrest

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    It is bolt on. One of the best sounds, but one of the worst for performance. I am losing horsepower on mine. I have to get rid of it and get something more free flowing.
    3 inch Chambered Catback.

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    oh man i hate to hear that. i had orginally thought of the edlebrock system, but its made for the v8's. would this one bolt up directly, or would some fabricatoin be in store.

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    Should be a direct slip fit. but I hate to say, I cut mine off due to horrible tin can sound and performance was too restrictive for me. For your 3800II, I would not recommend it. But its your choice. You can always return it unopened. I used a custom exhuast setup, but If I were to use a ready made, i would prolly go with MagnaFlow or Dynomax. I am not impressed with Edelbrock's muffler design. I am running a glasspack in my setup. But any straight through- non chambered design will lower restriction and produce more power. Anone with a LS1 or newer should not even think of using one. -Tim
    Last edited by PaganEgyptian; 12-08-2005 at 02:00 PM.

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    Edlebrock makes a v6 specific exhaust.

    I was happy with mine

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