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I mean i was going to replace it anyway but the guy told me i needed to fix the exhaust cause he could hear me pull in i didn't have a muffler to begin with lol....i had two cats and a pipe i fixed that by removing a cat and adding a muffler sounds right....right?

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Leave the cat there. Just add a length of pipe and add a muffler (just get a cheap turbo for $20 bucks at a parts store). Clamp it all together and go. Should be fine.

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    Lee Quiroz Sep 02, 2008

    Wait a minute, you already removed one cat. Remove both of them then and add a turbo muffler to each pipe. Sell the cats to a recycling center and get your money back for the mufflers.

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