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Old 02-13-2016, 10:13 AM   #1
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Hey guys i've got a quick question about magna flow cats. Im wanting to replace my factory cats with two high flow cats but im not sure which ones to use. Im sure this has been asked before but i cant find it.
Should i use something like this?


or like this?

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Magnaflow 94106 will work.. Check Amazon for best pricing.
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Is the 94106 considered high flow?
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Amazon.com: Magnaflow 94106 Universal Catalytic Converter (Non CARB compliant): Automotive Amazon.com: Magnaflow 94106 Universal Catalytic Converter (Non CARB compliant): Automotive

In the description: Magnaflow Universal Catalytic Converter is designed to increase the horsepower and torque. It is manufactured from high quality stainless steel that ensures long lasting durability. This converter facilitates easy installation and is corrosion resistant. It is backed by either a 25000 mile or a five year warranty whichever comes first.
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So yall would recommend that over the "shorty"?
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So yall would recommend that over the "shorty"?
What exactly are you looking to get out of this? HP? Torque? If you are and not replacing because yours are bad then I think there are better things to spend your money on.
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I believe mine are going bad thats why i am replacing. But whatever i choose i am wanting to sound better and still be good quality.
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With that converter you'll have to weld a Bung behind the converter for your O2 sensors, I believe the 94306 or a different one from magnaflow has the Cat with one in it.
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Hi, just to clarify, even though some re-sellers and vendors market them as 'Hi-Flow', our catalytic converters are meant to be direct replacements for the original units. The ones we offer are divided into 2 categories: OE grade and standard. Standard grade is designed to meet the minimum EPA vehicle requirements; OE grade is made specific to your vehicles emissions systems and engine family to ensure tailpipe requirements are met, and no check engine lights.
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Hi, just to clarify, even though some re-sellers and vendors market them as 'Hi-Flow', our catalytic converters are meant to be direct replacements for the original units. The ones we offer are divided into 2 categories: OE grade and standard. Standard grade is designed to meet the minimum EPA vehicle requirements; OE grade is made specific to your vehicles emissions systems and engine family to ensure tailpipe requirements are met, and no check engine lights.
Is there a part number for the OE grade? Direct replacement for an 07 5.4
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