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Old 03-11-2014, 10:07 PM   #11
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If you go to the website. I didn't see it listed there..
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If you go to the website. I didn't see it listed there..
Probably because it's a new product going straight to EBAY first, they've done that before.
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Old 03-11-2014, 10:14 PM   #13
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Oh... Lol I've never heard of that :0
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Old 03-11-2014, 10:15 PM   #14
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Well then
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Old 03-11-2014, 10:21 PM   #15
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I didn't see what the ID of the piping was anywhere so I sent them a message along with other questions. Hopefully they are quick to respond.
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I'm assuming from the picture this header would retain a CST or would it completely delete the cat. Having already deleted one with the stealth system I need to have my other one for state inspection reasons.
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VERY interesting!

Appears to have just enough of a CAT to work without needing a tune or other workarounds to avoid a CEL.

This is a bit of a breakthrough for aftermarket headers. Might not be "legal" per se, but looks to be close enough to pass. Will depend on inspector, because of visual difference from stock & not OBVIOUSLY having a CAT by appearance.

Could become popular for use on older versions for that reason, even if they don't come out with a version specifically for them.

Like this setup a lot, regular headers aren't exactly easy to get through inspection - this functioning more like a stock unit could be explained as a functional replacement to get by. MUCH more tempted to try this than prev. options.
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Old 03-12-2014, 11:45 AM   #18
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VERY interesting!

Appears to have just enough of a CAT to work without needing a tune or other workarounds to avoid a CEL.

This is a bit of a breakthrough for aftermarket headers. Might not be "legal" per se, but looks to be close enough to pass. Will depend on inspector, because of visual difference from stock & not OBVIOUSLY having a CAT by appearance.

Could become popular for use on older versions for that reason, even if they don't come out with a version specifically for them.

Like this setup a lot, regular headers aren't exactly easy to get through inspection - this functioning more like a stock unit could be explained as a functional replacement to get by. MUCH more tempted to try this than prev. options.
I think it's a typo. I don't believe there is an integrated cat on that header.
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Dear allmotorsports11,

What is the inner diameter of the primaries, collector, tubing leading to the catalytic converter? Does this fit both automatic transmission and standard transmission models? Will this bolt up to both the sedan and the hatchback? Are motor mounts required?
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Yes, will fit both AT & MT.

Yes, will fit both sedan & 5-dr. hatchback

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I sent a message back asking what the rest of the piping ID is, I wouldn't think 4x1.25s converge into 1x1.25 pipe..

I also did ask about the cat to make sure ^
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