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Old 09-06-2016, 03:48 PM
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Hey guys,

Just wanted to share with you guys our new High Flow cat.

EVS Tuning High Flow Catalytic Converter (HFC) is a direct bolt-on replacement to the restrictive factory catalytic converter.

- 70mm or 63.5mm Stainless Steel tubing and flanges
- Full TIG welds
- Direct OEM Fitment with bolt on installation
- All Hardware and gaskets Included
- Built in CEL fix





[COLOR=&quot][SIZE="6"]70mm
MSRP $259.99

63.5mm
MSRP $249.99[/SIZE]
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Wow this looks like a quality piece!
I currently have a 70mm test pipe and I've been on the fence of switching to hfc to remove the rasp I get now at high rpms. Is the power difference even noticeable between the two? The gains over a hfc with a test pipe I see are always less than 5hp /tq
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Which size is pictured above? If the 70mm it almost has the illusion that it's 60mm into the cat and 70mm out of it? Are the 70mm versions 70mm from the header back?
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Which size is pictured above? If the 70mm it almost has the illusion that it's 60mm into the cat and 70mm out of it? Are the 70mm versions 70mm from the header back?

mix of both pictures. 70mm is 70mm all the way through
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Originally Posted by Ap2low View Post
Wow this looks like a quality piece!
I currently have a 70mm test pipe and I've been on the fence of switching to hfc to remove the rasp I get now at high rpms. Is the power difference even noticeable between the two? The gains over a hfc with a test pipe I see are always less than 5hp /tq
yes power difference is minimal. at most 5hp / tq
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"Our price"?
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"Our price"?
first 5 customers that pm through the forum will get it for $215 Shipped regardless of sizing.
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any video of sound for the hfc?
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