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



I have pretty much come to the conclusion that nobody really knows 
anything about the mechanical consequences, negative or positive, or 
removing a cat.  I will just rely on the UK guys to help me out.

Maybe I'll try one of those new cats from special T

Matt
16076

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, ComposerZelgadis@xxxx wrote:
> 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. >  
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