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Picked up a set of these a couple weeks ago and finally had time to put them on. Install wasn't bad, the guy I bought them from said he had issues with leaking and overall fitment. Install took roughly 3 hours on a lift and that was with finagling the Kooks cat back to get my tips to sit correct. The sound is way better and feels a little bit quicker. Nothing to write home about in that department but over all I think this is a good option for us guys that dont want to tackle headers but want to remove the catalytic converters.
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What did you use to get to the bolts that attach the stock pipes to the manifolds?
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Good someone has a post on this. Question I have set that I got from Solis. Brought it to a guy that just installed my Borla Atak cat back and he says those won't work with the borla. Lol and he is telling me they have to kind of put a transmission stand to hold up the transmission due to the bracket. Any idea or info? Or a shop in South Florida that can do it...
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Picked up a set of these a couple weeks ago and finally had time to put them on. Install wasn't bad, the guy I bought them from said he had issues with leaking and overall fitment. Install took roughly 3 hours on a lift and that was with finagling the Kooks cat back to get my tips to sit correct. The sound is way better and feels a little bit quicker. Nothing to write home about in that department but over all I think this is a good option for us guys that dont want to tackle headers but want to remove the catalytic converters.
I just recently installed SW headers without cats on my Jeep and have been experiencing misfires. Is this a common issue with catalytic converter delete?
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