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Old 06-03-2019, 08:30 AM   #11
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Not sure what your asking ?

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Yeah sorry, that was a bit confusing... in my 2003 zx5(zetec) if my cat-back is stock, is it possible to just swap the stock header out for svt headers? Or is the ORP/HFC essential in the swap?
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To run the SVT header you have to change everything up to the CAT Back.

You are limiting your self on gains if you keep the stock "CAT back" and not going to a 2.5" or larger exhaust.
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I understand, but I was hoping to do it one step at a time or as I'm able to afford more parts. I guess I could just save up and do it all at once to save myself some trouble... Problem is I get too eager 😂
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You can buy the header, and then let it sit, buy a new dip stick tube and power steering line, and wait, buy the ORP and Flex, and then a New CAT Back and then install it. Or you can do it all once. Your option but the junctions of where things are between the engine and the Cat back mounting flange are different and can not be made to fit with a combination of other parts.
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For my zetec what would you recommend? 2.5" or 3"? (FR head, comp cams stg 2, 10:1 CR)
I checked the price of a HFC locally and actually this is a pretty great deal (I have to run a CAT).

Just to confirm, in addition to the parts Tom offers, I need these right:

https://www.c-f-m.com/performancepar...4-343p1031.htm
https://www.c-f-m.com/performancepar...0-343p1111.htm
https://www.c-f-m.com/performancepar...er-354p124.htm

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I would do 3 inch

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