Hey, everyone. We have a 1997 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup with the 360 cubic inch v8 engine in it and the catalytic converter is clogged. There is a dead spot in the torque curve of the engine from like 1000 to 1350 rpms and the exhaust note isn't very open sounding and the muffler and exhaust is stock (I think). We bought the truck used and the exhaust system was re built by the previous owner. Now this is an afeter market cat and it is WAY to small for the engine anyways. Back to the question, should we A: gut the cat, B: remove it all together and put a Y pipe in with a nut in it for the oxygen or 02 sensor or C: just buy some stuff that you pour into the gas tank that cleans the cat out. Anyways, any input is well appreciated.