|02-13-2013 10:49 PM|
|homelessmonkey||id rather do that and save alittle money rather then getting a bung|
|02-13-2013 09:55 PM|
|sleepyboy||It'll reach if you undo the black wire cover a little, or at least mine did when I did the swap.|
|02-13-2013 09:45 PM|
|homelessmonkey||but for svt set up you need bung welded into header or make your 02 sensor wires longer to reach stock no?|
|01-14-2013 03:41 AM|
what is not ideal?
welcome to the site, by the way :)
|01-14-2013 03:38 AM|
|zetecDon||The stock location is ultimately ideal. The catalytic converter has to be heated up to a high temperature in order to operate properly. Right after the exhaust manifold is the best location for this. The only way I can see you relocating the catalytic converter is actually converting everything from the exhaust manifold to the flex pipe over to an SVT set up. The SVT header is a long tube design and has the catalytic converter under the motor instead of in front of it. Finding a decent SVT cat might be a problem but you can always go with a high flow cat from www.c-f-m.com. But that's only if you go with the SVT long tube header. Or you can scavenge around for aftermarket headers if you so choose. You may find them cheaper, but the SVT set up is by far the best you can put on your car.|
|01-14-2013 12:52 AM|
What happens and what do I do about removing my cat from my car, or atleast relocating thecat else where other than the engine bay it seems like the stock location is not ideal.