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Old 10-24-2005, 09:55 PM   #1
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Where to get a hi flow cat? Where are you at SVTMonkey???

I am thinking about an ORP, but also maybe a hi flow cat. What site sells a hi flow cat? I have heard of an RT hi flow cat, but can't find anything about it on the internet.

Any help is appreciated. Come on SVTMonkey, I know you're dying to help me here...


Or should I just go to an ORP when I take it to the track and then replace the ORP with the stock one later when I feel like it? They are hard to replace, but do I really want to do that?

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Old 10-24-2005, 09:56 PM   #2
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Pretty sure Wayne at Hypnotic sells them too

Dont waste your money on an ORP. You won't want to change it back and forth all the time, plus the R/T performs better than an ORP anyway
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Pretty sure Wayne at Hypnotic sells them too

Dont waste your money on an ORP. You won't want to change it back and forth all the time, plus the R/T performs better than an ORP anyway
And where do you get this data from???
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I don't see how the R/T will perform better than the ORP but at least it's something that you can drive daily without worrying about the pollution that you are causing or the penalty for doing so. Call or e-mail Wayne at HIA and he can hook you up with the R/T highflow.

*As far as changing the pipe out, it's easy. I used to do it often enough to know. If the R/T was on the market when I made my ORP purchase I would have no doubt went that route. I'll be getting one when I clear up the fundage.
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Svtzx555, nice choice going with the hi-flow, I guess all my ranting and raving wasn't a waste .

As mentioned, Wayne at hypillauto can hook you up. You won't have to switch back and forth cause the hi-flow is within a hp of the ORP, and the ORP actually reduces power at lower rpms. So you'll be able to keep the hi-flow on permanently and feel good about yourself to boot

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I will be calling Wayne for a R/T cat myself, prolly after the first of the year, then my factory cat will be dumpster food LOL
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I have a couple of questions. My SVT has the borla exhaust system since i bought her i love how it sounds but i want to make it a little louder not loud like rice but more deep muscle car sound as much as possible. My friend has a Jeep and we cut off his muffler and wow did that make a huge difference in sound quality that thing sounds like a beast now. What would my car sound like if i took off the muffler? and would you suggest i put a Random tech cat on to make the sound improve?
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