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Old 05-28-2002   #1
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Does anyone have a high flow cat on there car. Its pretty hard to find one labeled for our gen of cars. Are other years compatiable with ours. Could some one tell me where I could find a purchase a direct fit high flow cat. I am getting ready to put on a cat back and would like to replace the cat while I am down there. And if anyone could refer me to a site for shifter bushing also. Thanks alot.
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Shifter bushings: KumoSport

High Flow Cat: MagnaFlow or Jackson Racing.
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You're welcome. I just installed the KumoSport Shifter Bushings in my car tonight. 30 minute job, and definitely worth the few bucks. Especially if you shift hard.
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where exactly do the bushings go and will it interfere with a short shifter adapter?
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<< where exactly do the bushings go and will it interfere with a short shifter adapter? >>



Here you go: Link to thread #1 & Link to thread #2 & Link to thread #3. All these threads helped me decide to get mine. Basically they give you a firmer shift feel. Good for drag racing where you are really slamming the shift lever around trying to shift quickly. Does feel better. Used to be a 3-4, now feels like a 6-7, on a scale of 1-10. Hope that helped.
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