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Old 10-17-2004, 10:09 PM   #1
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Default Stromung DP to TXS high flow cat pipe to EVO

right now im swapping out my hks DP w/ greddy evo for a divorced WG stromung and a high flow pipe, im assuming the stromung bolts up to the cat pipe but the back side of the cat pipe has a weird flange where it meets the "flat flange" greddy. Do i cut off teh inner circle for the donut on the TXS,

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Old 10-18-2004, 10:42 AM   #2
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anyone changed a donut flange to mat with a flat flange?
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Old 10-18-2004, 01:29 PM   #3
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The TXS cat pipe doesn't have the same length as the stock mid pipe so it probably won't match up.
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what is the TXS mid pipe meant to mat up to?
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what is the TXS mid pipe meant to mat up to?
The TurboXS DP and cat. The DP on the stealth back with the cat delete is slightly longer then the factory dp with cat.
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actually i think you guys are confused, i need to mat a stromung up to the txs high flow cat pipe and the greddy....

so if the stock DP size (aka stromung) hooks up the TXS cat fine, i have to cut the pipe shorter where it meets the stock catback? correct?
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actually i think you guys are confused, i need to mat a stromung up to the txs high flow cat pipe and the greddy....

so if the stock DP size (aka stromung) hooks up the TXS cat fine, i have to cut the pipe shorter where it meets the stock catback? correct?
All of Turbo XSs exhaust pieces (except the axleback) are propetary lengths. They are not meant to be used with any other pipes except Turbo XS. Sure you can cut it, but if you are going to do that you may as well sell it and get a custom midpipe made with a high flow Catco cat in it.
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