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Discussion in 'Mustang Parts For Sale' started by AndrewNagle, Nov 12, 2018.
2007 Mustang used low miles
ARH hi flow cats 2 1/2”
$100 shipped CONUS
Andrew, would these fit on a 2006 Mustang GT without long tube headers along with passing the OBDII emissions test?
Also are they ceramic or metallic? Being that I'm running FI, I can only run an aftermarket cat with a metallic substrate.
Was and am running them with ARH LT’s so not sure about fitment but don’t see why you can’t make the, work
Passed emissions in NC no problem
Also pretty sure they are metallic not ceramic but will email ARH tonight and ask.
I am currently running a set with my Paxton SC and have no issues.
The reason I am selling them is a thought I had a back cat and they only sell them in pairs, so I bought a pair and found out the rattle was something else.
If you can also find out from ARH if they can bolt up to the stock manifolds? this would be great. I'm currently running a MAC O/R Prochamber to the stock manifolds with Borla S-Type axle backs, but would like to somehow add a pair of high-flow cats to the Prochamber in order to reduce cabin drone. If you find out from ARH how they can be made to fit with my Prochamber set up? I'll definitely be interested in purchasing your ARH high-flow cats.
Here is ARH ‘s response about the sustatye they use. I would suggest you reach out to them about figment. That way I am not to go between they are easy to work with
The high flow cats we use on our mustang systems are the same high flows that we use on all of our systems that come with cats. To answer your question, they are metallic substraight.
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Hey there Andrew, thank you very much for getting back to me. I'll most definitely contact Louie Filippides from ARH regarding the fitment concerns. Soon as I find out anything, I'll follow up with you and let you know. Thanks again,
Let me know if this falls through, I have a set of LT's I need cats for.
Rocky let me know as soon as you hear from ARH so i dont leave @Ken04 in the wind
I have a pair of weld in high flows I'd sell to Rocky. Maybe everybody can benefit?
Andrew, still haven't got around to contacting ARH just yet. So if Ken wants to purchase them from you? I wouldn't want you leaving him in the wind.
I have a set of weld in cats, I'll send them to you cheap. Then all you'll have to do is have them welded in where the factory cats are
So I'll take these as long as the original guy is OK with it.
Rocky is good with it, I PM’d you my PayPal
Yes, I'm good with it Andrew. Ken needs those cats more than I do, as he has long tube headers where I don't.
Ken, if I understood your post correctly? what set of weld in cats do you have, what brand and type are they? If they're high-flow with a metallic substrate? I'm actually looking for a set that can be added to a MAC off-road Prochamber which is bolted to the stock exhaust manifolds.
They look exactly like the APR cats Bruce has. I'll take some pictures. They had 1,000 miles on them. I bought them on this forum probably 5 years ago. Still in the box I got them in. They're weld in-line hi flow cats.
Definitely post some pictures when you get a free moment. Also, let me know what the substrate material is. They need to be metallic and not ceramic.
Here ya go. I paid $100 for them on this forum.
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they are metallic substrate.
What is the cell count, 200 or 300? Who's the manufacturer APR or ARH? Should be listed on the box they're in. I'd also like to see a pic of the box as well. The box will provide the part number info along with cell count.