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Old 09-21-2010, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by tom.g View Post
Seems as though quite a few people have had fitment issues with the OTTP one and I have heard of a couple fitment issues with the ZZP one aswell.
I can't recall hearing a single bad thing about any MPx parts...
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:48 PM
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Hey so since its a sticky its ok to bring back a 2 month old thread...

I have had a Treadstone Catless DP on mine for about 1k miles. I have no codes, turbo spools faster and it sounds mean as hell. It has an O2 bung welded in and it is very good quality. I like it and would definitely recommend it.
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Originally Posted by RyRidesMotox View Post
Hey so since its a sticky its ok to bring back a 2 month old thread...

I have had a Treadstone Catless DP on mine for about 1k miles. I have no codes, turbo spools faster and it sounds mean as hell. It has an O2 bung welded in and it is very good quality. I like it and would definitely recommend it.

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Old 11-10-2010, 01:27 PM
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i cant complain about my hahn mod pipe
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Old 11-12-2010, 12:37 PM
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I tried to edit my first post to inclue the Treadstone DP but I can't edit my own post

Could a mod please give me access to my own post.
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Old 11-12-2010, 12:50 PM
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Originally Posted by tom.g View Post
I tried to edit my first post to inclue the Treadstone DP but I can't edit my own post

Could a mod please give me access to my own post.
I've seen that happen to me once;
try reloading the page, or restarting your browser... I think that's a glitch.
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Old 11-16-2010, 02:44 PM
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Originally Posted by soundjunky View Post
I've seen that happen to me once;
try reloading the page, or restarting your browser... I think that's a glitch.
Tried a few times and no luck, seems like I can't edit any of my first few posts (including the first one) but I can edit the ones after that.
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:02 PM
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Originally Posted by tom.g View Post
I tried to edit my first post to inclue the Treadstone DP but I can't edit my own post

Could a mod please give me access to my own post.
Did you try one out too?
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Originally Posted by RyRidesMotox View Post
Did you try one out too?
Try out the Treadstone DP? No I'm still using my OTTP and after having it to an exhaust shop twice to get it to fit properly it finally does.
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Old 12-01-2010, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by tom.g View Post
Try out the Treadstone DP? No I'm still using my OTTP and after having it to an exhaust shop twice to get it to fit properly it finally does.
That sucks. Mine fit like a glove and I installed it in my apartment's parking lot. I also put 1000 miles on it without a tune and didn't throw a code.
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for the zzp downpipe should i order the gaskets aswell? and the 02 bung for wideband?
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for the zzp downpipe should i order the gaskets aswell? and the 02 bung for wideband?
you can reuse the gasket and your cars o2 is already a wide band but if you want to run another ya you could.
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Old 01-25-2011, 11:27 PM
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Originally Posted by northvibe View Post
you can reuse the gasket and your cars o2 is already a wide band but if you want to run another ya you could.
any benefits to running another one?
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any benefits to running another one?
if you want like another gauge I guess... You dont need it to tune, or run the car. Dashhawk, dashdaq etc run off the odb2 which has it already...
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Originally Posted by northvibe View Post
if you want like another gauge I guess... You dont need it to tune, or run the car. Dashhawk, dashdaq etc run off the odb2 which has it already...
alright, thanks for you're help dude!
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So after reading threads and what-not I am still trying to determine what the advantages over a spun metal cat over a Magnaflow ceramic cat are. I read that the spun metal cat can take more heat. Okay fine, but what does that mean for the application in our engines? Any thoughts on the advantages/disadvantages of the spun metal cat versus the Mangaflow ceramic cat?
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i have a question, where can you get an o2 sensor dummy
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i have a question, where can you get an o2 sensor dummy
Modern performance has them. I used the one they sell and it works perfectly.
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A new option that should be added to your list is TurboXS. They offer a 3" stainless steel downpipe both catless and with a highflow cat. Looks like a pretty good product. The stainless is polished. I just ordered one and will post more info, pics and vids once its installed.

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https://www.turboxs.com/shop/product.php?id_product=263
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Also op, if u want something added to the op, just pm what you want added to me, and I'll edit it in. Unfortunately we can't give you access to edit the op for technical reasons.
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cant the second cat be removed without a problem since it is after the o2 bung?
That would be real easy to just remove it and put in a 3" pipe
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I like the downpipe with the cutout how exactly does that work is it wired in a switch then?
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the turbo-xs isnt on here and it looks like perfect quality on their website
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the turbo-xs isnt on here and it looks like perfect quality on their website
I agree. Very quality looking piece. Would love to hear feedback from those that have it.
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