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Old 02-18-2010, 05:00 PM   #1
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Talking Magnaflow Direct-Fit Highflow Converters for the SS (LS3 and L99)!

JDP Motorsports and MagnaflowPlus.com are proud to bring you the latest product information from Magnaflow Exhaust! Magnaflow has just released their direct-fit highflow converters for the 2010 Camaro SS (L99 and LS3) and they will work with your factory exhaust manifolds or with Shorty Headers!!! They are EPA 49 State approved meaning they are legal in every state aside from states adopting the CARB policy. Here is the information!

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Magnaflow's EPA 49 State Direct-Fit Highflow Converters for the 2010 Camaro SS with the 6.2L V8 (L99 &LS3) work great with factory exhaust manifolds as well as shorty headers. Free Shipping!* Passenger Side*




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Magnaflow's EPA 49 State Direct-Fit Highflow Converters for the 2010 Camaro SS with the 6.2L V8 (L99 &LS3) work great with factory exhaust manifolds as well as shorty headers. Free Shipping!* Driver Side*



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JDP Motorsports has worked very closely with Magnaflow and we're proud to only offer Magnaflow Exhaust products!

We will offer packages including Hedman Shorties, Magnaflow Direct-Fit Converters and your choice of Magnaflow SS Cat-Backs. We will have these packages listed in the coming weeks. The Hedman Shorties are 304 Stainless and come HTC Coated or raw, these are the nicest shorties I've seen to date! We will be installing these along with the Magnaflow Highflow Converters on an L99 with the Airaid CAI and Magnaflow 16483 3" Comp Series exhaust. I will post our results! I've been using Hedman on all of our Old School projects including on 1000 RWHP 73 Camaro, they are very nice!



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Old 02-18-2010, 11:14 PM   #2
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I'm thinking that one of the 50 that was not include was CA right?
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Old 02-19-2010, 11:39 AM   #3
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I'm thinking that one of the 50 that was not include was CA right?
California was the state that created CARB (California Air Resource Board). I know Magnaflow produces CARB converters but the process takes much longer, go old CA!

I will be sure to post some info as soon as it becomes available on the CARB set-up for the 2010 if/when they release them. Please feel free to call, email or PM me anytime with questions! We appreciate your interest in our products and have a great day!

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Old 06-01-2010, 06:41 PM   #4
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Old 06-01-2010, 08:33 PM   #5
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Any performance information such as hp & torque gains? Pricing also!
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If I'm going to go with aftermarket converters, I'm going to run two total...not two per side like the factory set-up. That's just my feelings.
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Old 06-01-2010, 10:35 PM   #7
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And the benefits are?

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Old 06-01-2010, 10:51 PM   #8
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They are 400 Cell Ceramic brick,Not worth much power.
There nice but there are better and cheaper alternatives...
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Old 06-02-2010, 07:43 AM   #9
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They are 400 Cell Ceramic brick,Not worth much power.
There nice but there are better and cheaper alternatives...
Please name one or 2. Solo? These things are expensive. For minimal gains, what is the point? I also hear that HF cats don't live long. Just asking?
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Any performance information such as hp & torque gains? Pricing also!
The HP gains aren't crazy but we've seen anywhere from 4-6 RWHP as well as torque on a 100% stock SS. I'll PM the pricing to you!

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If I'm going to go with aftermarket converters, I'm going to run two total...not two per side like the factory set-up. That's just my feelings.
We've got some converter options for you when you're ready.

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The Magnaflow direct-fit converters utilize mandrel-bent 2.5" Stainless steel tubing along with their high flow 400 Cell Ceramic substrate. The factory converters are 600 cell which means the Magnaflow's are 20-30% freer flowing than the factory converters. They are EPA legal for use in all states except those adopting California's CARB policy.

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They are 400 Cell Ceramic brick,Not worth much power.
There nice but there are better and cheaper alternatives...
That is correct, they are 400 cell compared to the OEM 600 cell. The performance difference over stock isn't huge but the addition of shorty headers, a tune or possible forced induction and the gains become more substantial.

Our pricing on the Magnaflow direct-fits is much lower than you'll see posted anywhere and we do offer a lot of converter options including 200 cell metallic sub converters.

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Please name one or 2. Solo? These things are expensive. For minimal gains, what is the point? I also hear that HF cats don't live long. Just asking?
I don't personally know of anyone producing a direct-fit high flow set up myself. Our pricing is much lower than you're seeing posted. These converters are 20-30% more efficient and they do make a difference as well as being legal. These converters will live as long as OEM's, they are actually much higher quality than most aftermarket and OEM converters. I know some of the cheaper brands have had issues but not Magnaflow.

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hmmm, I just purchased SOLO's hiflow cats. I didn't know about these til now. I have the Magnaflow 3" competition series catback which I love. SOLO seems to have proven the hp gains on their hiflow cats though and no issues.

has there been any CEL problems with your cats?



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JDP I hope my post was okay,Just trying to put the info out...
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Ca did invent CARB. Lived here all my life and we have morons in Sacramento!
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hmmm, I just purchased SOLO's hiflow cats. I didn't know about these til now. I have the Magnaflow 3" competition series catback which I love. SOLO seems to have proven the hp gains on their hiflow cats though and no issues.

has there been any CEL problems with your cats?



whoever buys these, let me know how they work out.
What is SOLO claiming for their direct-fit or high flow converters and are they EPA legal? I don't and won't offer SOLO but I'm curious. I'd appreciate any info you can provide.

We haven't had any CEL issues and we've run these with the Hedman Shorties as well as the DT shorties without a tune.

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JDP I hope my post was okay,Just trying to put the info out...
It's all good! The info was correct but just missing some details.

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Ca did invent CARB. Lived here all my life and we have morons in Sacramento!
LOL! I lived in SoCal from 1990-2008! It is a JOKE!!!

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I don't personally know of anyone producing a direct-fit high flow set up myself.
Magnaflow should produce single, 400 cell, catalytic converter downpipes that are a "direct fit" system and I'd buy 'em. This eliminates two of the cats and would provide more incentive for me to buy this setup.

I don't want to perform the alternative which is to cut the stock cats out and clamp in one cat each side. That's too many clamps in a system that already has too many clamps (already have an axleback mounted to the stock pipes).

Give the people what they want Magnaflow!
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Jordan, check out their thread below, it will have that information. I believe gains were 20+ hp?


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Magnaflow should produce single, 400 cell, catalytic converter downpipes that are a "direct fit" system and I'd buy 'em. This eliminates two of the cats and would provide more incentive for me to buy this setup.

I don't want to perform the alternative which is to cut the stock cats out and clamp in one cat each side. That's too many clamps in a system that already has too many clamps (already have an axleback mounted to the stock pipes).

Give the people what they want Magnaflow!
I completely understand where you're coming from! Magnaflow designed this system to flow 20-30% more and still be EPA Legal. I'm going to see what we can come up with!

I know how that goes, you can end up with 8-10 clamps!!! I will see if I can figure something out.

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Jordan, check out their thread below, it will have that information. I believe gains were 20+ hp?


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Thank you!!!! I'm having a hard time believing SOLO's #'s but that is just me. If the ADM cattless pipes make 18-20 HP how does a catted down pipe make 25 HP?

I'm going to touch base with Magnaflow and I'll see if we can put together a cattless downpipe as well as a single 200 cell downpipe. Neither would be EPA legal however.

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Hey - I resemble that This is the worst State... I'm embarrased to admit I live here.

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I completely understand where you're coming from! Magnaflow designed this system to flow 20-30% more and still be EPA Legal. I'm going to see what we can come up with!

I know how that goes, you can end up with 8-10 clamps!!! I will see if I can figure something out.

Thank you!!!! I'm having a hard time believing SOLO's #'s but that is just me. If the ADM cattless pipes make 18-20 HP how does a catted down pipe make 25 HP?

I'm going to touch base with Magnaflow and I'll see if we can put together a cattless downpipe as well as a single 200 cell downpipe. Neither would be EPA legal however.

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Have you conducted your testing with the shorties? I am interested in some more shortie tests, since we've seen a couple threads that actually post negative results with them. I'm encouraged by the high-flow cats', though; I usually always push making sure parts are CARB-legal when we talk about legal mods', but I really think that as long as these pass the sniffer, there's not much to worry about. I really don't think an officer looking under the car for aftermarket parts is going to notice these aren't the same size/shape as the OEM cats', so my only worry would be passing the sniffer.
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