Re: [DML] Cat removal
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Re: [DML] Cat removal



k apparently, I have been somewhat misunderstood.
 
Matt wrote: "Is there anything I should do to tune the car for the lower  
restriction. Is there any case against doing this?"
 
Now granted, he did ask "is there any case against doing this."  And  Mike, I 
do agree when you say we should discuss the legal ramifications.  
 
But c'mon people...  I'm not looking to step on any toes here,  but out of 
the 16 posts I've counted in my inbox, only two of them had any  real technical 
information.  The legalities have been discussed, it's  illegal.  And this has 
been emphasized some 14 times.  Now is the time  for technical information, 
in my opinion.
 
I, for one, would *like* to remove my cat someday, but I won't, despite  
living in a state where vehicle inspections are nonexistent.  But just  because I 
won't do it doesn't mean I don't wanna know how!
 
Catalytic removal has been kept "top secret," and this bothers me to  an 
extent.  It's the one topic where you can hear the collective going  "Sssshhh!!" 
whenever it's asked.  Our UK friends can freely talk about  it.  In a way, I'm 
somewhat envious of that.
 
And I'm sure there's more of you out there who would also like to know the  
procedure, the *technical* drawbacks, etc etc even if actually doing it is not  
intended.  It's DeLorean related.  And it's information.  It  provides 
insight to our cars, how they work, so on and so forth.

 
I'm glad that the others here are concerned about the legal ramifications,  
and have warned us as such: don't misunderstand.  I just think we should  
really turn back towards discussing the car, not the laws that may surround  it.
 
Regards,
William F.
#1366
 
 


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