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DC SPORTS header and HP hi-flow cat?

sup guys i did a search and i found out HPracing has a hi-flow cat....well if i were to get the DC sprts 4-1 header and the HP racing hi-flow cat would that work??? anyone got that set-up?? and how do you take the cat off i was trying to figure it out but their is 3 bolts on one side and it looks like a weld on the other side of the cat??? can we take off the cat w/ out cutting it off??? please help me out and let me kno thanks....
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Good question! I also want to know...particularly, would emissions be affected, emissions warranty voided?
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<< particularly, would emissions be affected >>



the emissions problem is not so much the emissions it self but(in maryland) it is illeagle to cange the catlitic converter if you have under 50,000 miles on your car

just go with the full hp but you might want to wait a few months and see if they fix the fitment
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I want to know too...cause I've heard good things about HP header and I wonder if their high flow cat would be as good as I heard the header is... [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG][IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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just so u guys know....
the HP RACE header is different from the DC Sports. it is a full header that runs all the way down below the car. the DC 4-1 is only the top section. you will not be able to bolt a DC header to the HP Cat. it will not work. secondly, the OEM honda cats are already HI FLO, so there is no need to change.
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<< sup guys i did a search and i found out HPracing has a hi-flow cat....well if i were to get the DC sprts 4-1 header and the HP racing hi-flow cat would that work??? anyone got that set-up?? and how do you take the cat off i was trying to figure it out but their is 3 bolts on one side and it looks like a weld on the other side of the cat??? can we take off the cat w/ out cutting it off??? please help me out and let me kno thanks.... >>



Why not just get the hp header and high-flow cat combo. The hp replaces that whole down pipe I am pretty sure. The spot where you saw the 3 bolts is where the exhaust system connects to the downpipe. Basically, you would remove everything in front of those 3 bolts and put the hp parts in their place.

The redesigned hp header w/high-flow cat is supposed to be out very soon! I'd wait if I were you.
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