This is a discussion on Boost Creep within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by 116Fanatic So would a divorced catless downpipe help more in this situation vs. a bellmouth catless? Say...the ...
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No, the different designs of the DP won't make a difference. Only the addition of a cat could help.
Why would you want to get a catless DP to begin with? Just trying to save a few bucks? They aren't going to limit your power versus the ones with a high-flow cat.
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They aren't going to limit your power versus the ones with a high-flow cat.
Depends on how much power. When you get up there a high-flow cat can have a pretty substantial effect on spool and response.. although for anyone at those power levels "boost creep" is a non issue because aftermarket turbos and EWGs.