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daveshotdako
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9/15/2005
09:33:58

Subject: RE: no cat or cat
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like ewraven said, at least put one on that is gutted to reduce the nozy machanic factor. a friend of mine was turned in by a mechanic for not running a cat on his car. im not sure what the fines were, but i know they were high. if it were me, i would put a CatCo or a Random Technology high flow cat on and leave it be. you need some backpressure on our v6ers.


if your gonna do it, do it right the first time.



Satakieli
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9/18/2005
17:18:22

RE: no cat or cat
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Unless you run in an emission controlled state. All truth in honest as long as the cat functions and is not clogged and is the same size as piping it will never restrict flow



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