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Old 04-14-2002   #1
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Which to buy???

Should I get the HP header and catback combo or keep the stock cat and just get the magnaflow catback? I've got till my next credit bill comes in so gives me some pros and cons. Oh and if u didnt notice the name i do have an LX. (wretched converter)
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I would go with the Magnaflow cat back. I got one and love it. If you do the header and cat, you still can't get the exhaust out as fast cause your muffler will still be restricting flow. Good luck!
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