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      02-05-2003 02:07 PM #1
      I'm shopping around for cats and I'm wondering what I should be spending. Online direct replacements are anywhere from $150 to $190 and TT has a 'high flow' cat for $225. Also, if I buy the cat online and have a local place put it on, what is a typical cost range? $30-$40? I called over to a Meineke and they didn't seem to up on cats with o2 sensors.

    2. 02-05-2003 02:57 PM #2
      i put one on my golf so it would pass inspection. i have a tt race downpipe with an o2 sensor. i got mine from techtonics for like $150. not sure how it compares to stock since i didn't have one before.

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      02-05-2003 03:14 PM #3
      yeah they do make a difference i had the car sound high flow that tt uses on my gti it was a noticable differece and i passed cali smog.one of the guys i know here in wa.state has one for sale for 100.00 lmk if youy want it its brand new in the box

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      02-05-2003 03:41 PM #4
      sent IM (bigquin)

    5. 02-05-2003 04:07 PM #5
      i have a hollowed out cat if you want it
      Am I OG status yet? Close to 40 years old and still driving a slammed and Boosted 'Dub...cool or sad?

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