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Last year I change the exhaust on my 2005 tibby and since then my acceleration has been slow. Plz help!!!!!
 

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Installing a catback should not affect your acceleration negatively. Which exhaust did you install? Did you also install headers?
 

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Installing a catback should not affect your acceleration negatively. Which exhaust did you install? Did you also install headers?
I dont remember what the exhaust name and I kept the same header, but the performance is not the same as it was when ij got the car.
 

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Do you have a check engine light? If so, read the codes and come back with more information. My guess is you damaged something during the install (likely an O2 sensor wire) and now your AFRs are out of whack which reduces power significantly.

Installing a catback should never kill performance unless you reduce the diameter of the pipe significantly.
 
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