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How about some cats that will work well with boosted applications?

I have DT long tubes and I don't think they offer a catted solution so I'll need to have a set welded into the mids.

Any recommendations? This is a question I've asked before but feel I still don't have enough info.
 

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How about some cats that will work well with boosted applications?

I have DT long tubes and I don't think they offer a catted solution so I'll need to have a set welded into the mids.

Any recommendations? This is a question I've asked before but feel I still don't have enough info.
My only suggestion is Random Tech, for whom we're a dealer. They offer several metallic core converters that will work fine and provide plenty of flow. What size inlet/outlet did you need?
 

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Not 100% sure... I cant remember if I bought the headers from a SRT or R/T guy and haven't measured the pipes yet. I'm leaning towards 2.5 though.
 

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Not 100% sure... I cant remember if I bought the headers from a SRT or R/T guy and haven't measured the pipes yet. I'm leaning towards 2.5 though.
Let me know when you find out and we'll go from there.
 

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Will do. Do you know of many guys that have been running these under boost? I'm just a little worried because of all the melted cat talk but have no choice and need to run them.
 

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Will do. Do you know of many guys that have been running these under boost? I'm just a little worried because of all the melted cat talk but have no choice and need to run them.
RT has a lot of very high horsepower cars (boosted) with both 100 and 300 cell versions of these high flow cats and the only time there is ever a failure is when the tuning was not done properly or there was mechanical damage to the converter itself. Tuning properly is key to maintaining converter functionality.
 
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