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      11-27-2009, 12:02 PM   #1
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Fabspeed X-Pipe w/ Primary Cat-Delete?

Can anyone point me to a set of primary cat-delete pipes (test pipes) that will work with the Fabspeed x-pipe?
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      11-27-2009, 02:35 PM   #2
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After a bit of searching, it seems that the RPi cat-delete pipes *MAY* work with the Fabspeed xpipe. Not sure though... anybody tried it?
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Don't they (Fabspeed) have their own cat-delete pipes?
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Can anyone point me to a set of primary cat-delete pipes (test pipes) that will work with the Fabspeed x-pipe?
IN all honesty, would you need them?

According to Turner Motorsports, you wouldn't.

http://www.turnermotorsport.com/html..._ID=TEN9046MTP

X-Pipe is probably better with HFC's in place of the OEM Cats which are way more restrictive.
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Don't they (Fabspeed) have their own cat-delete pipes?
No, they only have high flow cats...

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IN all honesty, would you need them?

According to Turner Motorsports, you wouldn't.

http://www.turnermotorsport.com/html..._ID=TEN9046MTP

X-Pipe is probably better with HFC's in place of the OEM Cats which are way more restrictive.
I don't think you understood me correctly. I wanna run NO cats and NO resonators at all. I already have the non-resonated Fabspeed Xpipe. Now I want to know which primary cat-delete will clamp directly to the xpipe.
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      11-30-2009, 02:48 AM   #6
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i remember hearing somewhere u can have fabspeed make you a set.
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I'm not aware of any. I'm sure fabspeed could make you some in their existing jig. Good luck.
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