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This is a discussion on catalytic relocation help within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I bought some long tube headers with all that egr,air*** and now i need to find a way to put ...

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    catalytic relocation help

    I bought some long tube headers with all that egr,air*** and now i need to find a way to put in a catalytic converter i should have thought of this before but is there anyway i can just put put two mini cats on both headers and then run a y pipe to exhuast i live in NOVA and i heard they r strict about relocating the cats any ideas i know as a last resort ill have to do some crazy maze exhuast but thats last i have a lt1 year 94 any help would be great

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    I live in NOVA too, just attach the cats right after the headers and before the y pipe. I would use aftermarket high flow versions like magnaflow, obx, and slp sells. This is what I did.
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    So im thinking of getting two megaflow cats for each header and buying y pipe and cut it to make it fit anyone think putting on two cats is bad or if i can get by inspection?

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