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Old 24-06-2019, 02:26   #1
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3" or 3.5" Catback with C-Tec modular front and dump

Hi All

I have just ordered a C-Tec modular front dump pipe for my Evo 6 TME.

I have a few options for some nice locally produced Ti cat back systems here is Australia.

At the moment I like the look most of a 3.5" system, but am not sure if this will cause any flow issues with the 3" front and dump.

Do I need to stick with 3" the whole way through or can I mix and match 3" front to 3.5" rear?

my preference is to choose the best performing option rather than aesthetics, but if cat back size doesn't matter then i would lean towards the better looking system.
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Old 25-06-2019, 15:38   #2
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Thanks for going C-TEC

It's no problem to use a 3.5" cat back system if that is your preference. It won't release any more power, but it won't have any flow issues either.
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Old 26-06-2019, 00:08   #3
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Thanks for going C-TEC

It's no problem to use a 3.5" cat back system if that is your preference. It won't release any more power, but it won't have any flow issues either.
Thanks Nigel.

i am looking forward to getting it installed.
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