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Ok wait we are getting ahead of ourselves lol i only have single exhaust....not sure why but i do... and i do have an emmisions test to worry about so do you think having one cat and the muffler will be fine?

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Sounds like you have 2 down pipes that go to one exhaust pipe, right? Are your cats mounted before the exhaust turns to one pipe?

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