I would be taking out the 2nd cat and muffler and running straight pipe from the first cat
Legal or no?
Legal or no?
Damn thats a big puter!Our cats are actually different than each other. A single cat has 3 tasks that it does, while ours handle 2 tasks in one cat & the 3rd task in the other. So removing one makes it incomplete. Pic of a baldly plugged cat for reference below.
Any high flow cat will fit it as long as it matches the ID/OD of the rest of your exhaust.Guys I have a 96 bronco which is he first year to have 2 O2 sensors. One before the cat and one behind. I am told that if I take my cat out the sensors will be out of whack and my mileage will go way down and will not run right. Is this correct and does anybody know of any highflow cats that will fit my rig. I put a flowmaster single muffler on it and it is a disgrace to the bronco world. It sounds horrible. thanks for your help.
yo SLICK,In the ad posted by Miesk5 just above mine it says several times that this fits a pre OBD II 95 and older, mine is a 96 which is different. Anymore info?
Well, it might be illegal in your county to kill a cat. However, I don't like cats anyway...so go ahead and take it out. Hell, don't just stop at one! Make sure to bury the evidence in someone elses backyardIf I have two cats, is it still illegal to just take out 1?
The only difference between OBD I and II are the bungs for the oxygen sensors. Any competent exhaust shop can weld one in for you for not much money.In the ad posted by Miesk5 just above mine it says several times that this fits a pre OBD II 95 and older, mine is a 96 which is different. Anymore info?