Re: [DML] Cat Remvoval
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Re: [DML] Cat Remvoval



When I first bought my car it had an exhaust gasket leak. While  
getting that fixed it was discovered the cat was plugged up. At the  
time I couldn't really afford a new one, so the shop just hollowed it  
out and put it back on. Years later when I needed an exhaust gasket  
leak fixed again, I had a new cat installed.

Anyway, during the time I had a hollowed out cat, the car still  
passed PA emissions without any trouble.

I didn't notice any performance differences.

On Sep 22, 2005, at 7:43 PM, Tom Watkins wrote:

> I have a cat on my car #05732 but when it took it to
> Rob for it's first 200 point check back in 1998 it was
> discovered that it was hollow.
>
> We don't have smog testing here in Maine so my options
> were to replace it or leave it along.  I choose not to
> spend the money and have left it as it.
>
> How it got hollow?  I don't know.  It looks stock but
> isn't doing anything.  Not sure if I'm getting any
> backpressure from it being hollow????
>
>
>




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