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What would the out come be if I remove just my muffler on my 84 s10 4x4 Chevy blazer iv bin told it has a Lil more power I just want to no what the good and bad is bye removeing it?

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Keep your muffler Matt,get rid of your catalytic converter,you will have more power and better gas mileage,took it off my 85 Nissan 720 truck.

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  • Mathew moore Mar 31, 2015

    Ok I'll remove just the cat then thanks wasnt really sure what the right choice would be but I appreciate the help

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    Thomas Perkins Mar 31, 2015

    You can sell your cat,get good bucks for it,check out my truckhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lf1UgEJq...

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