Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Exhaust and Cutouts Discussion [GEN 1]' started by McDowell, Jan 16, 2014.
lovin that ruby red color bigboss
Yeah what he said lol
Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk
I went with ordering the SW Headers and Lightning exhaust. While I have American Racing Headers on my Mustang and do love them, I went with the SW's mostly because they offer the Performance Connect so no Y pipe and they also have the Lightning Exhaust which I do love.
Since my plan is to go with a whipple I figured the true duals will offer slightly better power numbers over the single Y pipe.
Give us a call. We are the largest Kooks dealer in the country, and a Master WD for Stainlessworks. We have great call for specials. The number is 443-730-9428!
Alright guys thanks for all the input
Sent from my iPhone
Whatever you do, remove the cats.
Big fan of All 3 Companies ( ARH SW Kooks)
currently running kooks on my 2013 Raptor and will be running Sw on my 2014 Raptor with 6.6L
6.6l? what ever do you mean?
---------- Post added at 12:19 AM ---------- Previous post was at 12:13 AM ----------
is this not going to hinder my performance? i have heard its not good for trucks to remove the cats.
Removing Cats with LT's will not hinder your performance at all. Long as you are in a State that you do not require Emissions you can leave the Cats off. Only thing removing the cats will do is make the exhaust louder and sometimes it can be a little raspier over the same setup with cats.
Normally when going Supercharged I always tell people to remove the cats. Once I go whippled I might just get the delete pipes from SW and drop the cats and only put them back when I need to do the emissions test in MD (Only downside to having the truck under my Family Business vs having it under my name in FL where we have no emissions ) On a NA setup the cats will not cause much restriction unless you have built the engine up and are turning higher than stock RPMS with increased flow/cams. But with a SC if your cats get clogged you can vent the block or you can also blow the cat out.
6.2L stroked to 400ci with fully built internals
Separate names with a comma.