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Old 07-17-2009, 01:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How to remove catalytic converter

Does anyone have any hints on how to remove the catalytic converter from the truck i have the down pipe off and the cat contacts the crossmember any help would be great
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Old 07-17-2009, 01:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You have to drop the cross member.
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Does anyone have any hints on how to remove the catalytic converter from the truck i have the down pipe off and the cat contacts the crossmember any help would be great
The cat is in your downpipe. You'll end up removing the crossmember to get it off.

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hey thanks i just dropped the crossmember down a little bit and slid the whole thing forward and got it out thanks for the help
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Old 07-17-2009, 09:47 AM   #5 (permalink)
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hey thanks i just dropped the crossmember down a little bit and slid the whole thing forward and got it out thanks for the help
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Old 07-17-2009, 10:03 AM   #6 (permalink)
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is there really a big difference when you get rid of it ?
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is there really a big difference when you get rid of it ?
Well, it isnt as big as a restriction as the NOX and DPF but what the long term effect is unknown. The only reason I see keeping it is if you want to make a quick cahnge back to the stock system without messing with the downpipe.

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is there really a big difference when you get rid of it ?
It sounds better and Im still on my first tank.Next week Ill have a milage report.
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cool thanks guys for the info i will check back to see your results
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is there really a big difference when you get rid of it ?
I noticed quite an increase in the exhaust sound, especially the ebrake sound. It was nearly unnoticable with everything on. Then slightly noticed with DPF delete. With TBE it sound awesome. Warming up with the Ebrake sounds like a jet engine on a cold morning.
Hitting the Ebrake on a downhill offramp with the soundw all is neat.
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Looking for info and tips. I have a stock '07 5.9l and am wanting to make the following changes. 1) gut torque tube 2) add AFE stage 2 air intake 3) add AFE intake manifold and 4) delete cat and muffler and add 4 inch straight. I know it will be loud, however my concerns are will I get some type of an error or cause any problems with the motor itself? Thanks for the anticipated input fellas.

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wrong forum buddy. this is for 6.7's
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