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Old 01-12-2012, 02:56 PM
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OK then what's in a high flow cat??
In all reality, a modern oem catalytic converter and an aftermarket "high flow" catalytic converter are basically the exact same thing. Years ago oem catalytic converters were more restrictive, so switching to an aftermarket high flow one gave performance improvements, but anymore there is not really any gain at all. They even look the same now (round instead of oval).
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