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



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "denverdelorean" 
<denverdelorean@xxxx> wrote:
> 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

Well unless someone has an engine dyno and could measure 
performance differences with and without the cat, pretty much all the 
info that could be stated is purely speculative.  I'm going to try to have 
my engine dyno'd when i'm done with it, but I won't have the time to do 
alot of experimentation (changing exhaust systems, etc)  without having 
to actually pay the shop's full price for the dyno time. 

Chris
VIN# 3209
http://badger.brazi.net/delorean/







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