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Old 07-20-2016, 09:51 PM   #1
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Old 07-20-2016, 09:58 PM   #2
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Catless mid-pipe = just straight pipe
High Flow mid-pipe = these;

Catless means no catalytic converters so its just piping, no cats... thus cat - less.

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the pipe I got is about a foot long.. what I'm saying is on Maryland speeds website it says its a mid pipe but in reality its just a piece of plain aluminum. its not a mid pipe
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Right... its a catalytic converter - less mid pipe. Catless mid pipe. For long tubes, it would be about a foot long. Its just pipe, that's what Catless mid-pipe is. If you had High Flow Cats, you'd have a catalytic converter similar to what's shown in the above picture within about a foot long pipe.

Catless = just pipe
High Flow Cats = pip with a beer can size catalytic converter
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I know what a mid pipe is and I know what catted and catless are. I was just wondering if anyone else had this problem because what I got is not a mid pipe and the part number on pacesetters website comes up as a connection pipe not a mid pipe
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Old 07-20-2016, 10:08 PM   #6
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the part does not connect to the elbow piece. that's why I'm confused. I basically got a worthless piece of aluminum. a mid pipe is the entire piece from the header to the x pipe
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I know what a mid pipe is and I know what catted and catless are. I was just wondering if anyone else had this problem because what I got is not a mid pipe and the part number on pacesetters website comes up as a connection pipe not a mid pipe
Ah, gotcha, lol. Give them a holler, I'm sure they'll fix ya right up.
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thank you for putting that picture up of your mid pipe though that helped with what I'm actually looking for lmao
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thank you for putting that picture up of your mid pipe though that helped with what I'm actually looking for lmao
lol, no problem!
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