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    Pre-cat removal?

    Anyone have a little guide to this? My baby's gettin old and I don't need things flying into the turbo. I've searched for about 30 mins now and can't seem to find a good thread. Any help is appreciated.

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    If you keep your cat out of the engine bay he shouldn't get into the turbo.
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    Most people just buy a catless up pipe from Grimspeed or another manufacturer. I would just look around for up-pipe installs.

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