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Old 01-17-2008, 09:40 PM
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catalytic converter for straight 6 79 Ford pick-up

Any brand of high flow cat particularly better then the other?

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Look at the redicusouly small ones that dynomax IIRC has out now there only like 4inches in diameter and 6 inches long

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Are you sure this has a Cat...?? I am not sure when the change came in but I believe it was after 79 on the pickups..

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I was thinking that 79 was the first year for cats,but I wasnt around then so I'm not sure..
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Check out Magnaflow's, we've had good luck with those. In regards to the ones mentioned that are only 6 inches long, that almost sounds like a flexjoint.
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Check out Magnaflow's, we've had good luck with those. In regards to the ones mentioned that are only 6 inches long, that almost sounds like a flexjoint.
They had them in Hot Rod or Car Craft, on the LS Engine that they built, a pair of them cost about 6hp vs no cats.

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