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well, was set on a highline, been out of the loop a while, and i see it hasn't been available for 6 months it seems...what is everyone else doing for a full catback? is eisenmann the only other option?
 

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Buy a universal magnaflow and have a shop fab something up. You can get a specific sound you want and save some money. There's a lot of people who do that on here. :thumbsup:
 

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Buy a universal magnaflow and have a shop fab something up. You can get a specific sound you want and save some money. There's a lot of people who do that on here. :thumbsup:
will a shop have stainless pipe and a crossover?
 

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yeah, haven't been here in months, bad breakup, mental issues cuz of it, getting better slowly

2 of these weren't even around last time i was here,lol

i see the magna is the only one that has a crossover like it should, why i liked the highline, wont buy a uuc, prices went up i see as well,but what hasn't

the hks goes 2 into one, wtf?
 

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oh boy, dont make me break out my flow math.............2 -2.25" flow more than one 3" , fact

and the hks is only 2.17 inch duals into one 2.75" -2.95" depending on application, whatever that means

the magna goes from 2.25" dual to 2.5" dual, that has the most flow



ex pipe sizes and flow, dual 2.25" compared to one 3", dual 2.25" flows more

PI*r^2=area of a circle

2" pipe = 3.14x1"x1"=3.14"x2=6.28"
2.25" pipe = 3.14x1.125"x1.125"=3.97"x2=7.94"
2.5" pipe = 3.14x1.25"x1.25"=4.91"x2=9.82"

3" pipe = 3.14x1.5"x1.5"=7.07"

surprisingly, the magna is the only one done right, kudos to them
 
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