I want to use Flowmaster Direct Bolt on Cats for the true dual system I have in mind, but I already have a ground clearance issue with the stock Cat (which is gutted).
I've started the collection of parts with some Hooker Competition Shortys so that I can have some better ground clearance, but I'm unsure of using a direct bolt on part that isn't a "high flow" Cat.
So my main issue is this, Should I go with a direct bolt on cat from flowmaster, or get a universal one from them? Do they make any difference?
The whole system is Supposed to be as follows ( I'm going for just plain old 2.5in straight pipes btw, No Y or X or H pipe here)
- Hooker Shorty Headers (which i'm getting ceramic coated)
- Flowmaster "High Flow" cats
- Flowmaster Super 10's
- some form of rectangular exhaust tip (maybe Pypes or Flowmaster, haven't decided yet