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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-24-09, 05:54 PM Thread Starter
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confused hi flow cats

Im needing to buy another cat for zeakil as the other one has been blown apart .There was a rattling noise coming from under her and the ceramic insides were disintigrated.The question is should i replace it with a high flow ,she has a terrible overfueling problem,running to rich.The amount of black smoke is incredible,i reved her once and she became the bat mobile blowing flames.Ive taken the cat off and it isnt a standard ,the neck is so short ,she has a redback 2.5 exhaust.

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Re: hi flow cats

this may give you some idea of the work done to her,i copied this from the advertisment,i have done no work on her since.
wes engines did the rebuild

17x8 ROH Shadow Blade Chrome Mags

Pedders Low Shocks and Springs. 32mm sway bars and nolathane bushes

Slotted front brake rotors - pads are sports but are a bit worn

Full EB GT body kit

Pioneer CD player with 6x9" up the back and 6" at the front

Sports Steering Wheel

Tinted Windows

Heavy Duty EB V8 Clutch with a modified flywheel

The engine has been rebuilt about 20,000km ago and had the works done to it. Moly rings/high compression pistons/bored 20thou/double valve springs/huge stage 5 waggot camshaft with venier timing gear.

New Redback 2 1/2" Exhaust

The ECU is run by a custom chiptorque chip to control the large camshaft. 16" Thermo fan and it also has a 3.08 LSD with 28 spline axels
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Re: hi flow cats

A high flow will certainly have it's advantages. I'd go for that.

However you don't mention your extractors.

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Re: hi flow cats

im not sure on the type of extractors she has il have to look through the book that came with her thanks for the reply darl
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