57mm / 63mm Free Flow - Sorento





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    Default 57mm / 63mm Free Flow - Sorento

    So I am needing to have my exhaust replaced on my Sorento 2.5CRDi, my questions are?

    1 - 57mm Free Flow
    2 - 63mm Free Flow
    3 - 57mm Free Flow and remove CAT
    4 - 63mm Free Flow and remove CAT

    The previous owner had it Chipped so I would presume the 63mm would be the best??
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    I am sure you can remove the cat as well? If it was petrol I would not hesitate.
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    Yeah go 63mm and chuck out the cat. Biiiiiiiig difference, especially if its been chipped. Doing it to my Isuzu soon too, also been chipped. Just don't forget to have your chip and fuel pump recalibrated after the job is done, otherwise you're not quite getting everything you can out of it.
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    Droopy, could you please keep us updated on the outcome of this? I also have a Sorento 2.5 that I want to do this to. I am just not sure of the boxes to use etc. Does anybody know of a reliable exhaust shop in Pretoria to deal with this?

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    definitely 63 and absolutely NO cat......you'll be happy you did it and wonder why you didn't do it long ago
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