[DML] Re: Catalytic converter
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[DML] Re: Catalytic converter

I believe it's federally mandated to have a catalytic converter
installed. Technically you can get away with it if you don't have
inspections, but it's still required.

There are performance cats available that have a measured loss of 1
horsepower or less at the wheels. I'd look into one of those if you
want a completely legal solution without losing the power and economy.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "sweetp01569" <paul.sweet@...> wrote:
> What's involved with "de-catting"? Is there a piece of pipe available 
> to replace the cat?  Since my car doesn't need to pass an emissions 
> test in MA, is it illegal to remove, especially if I ask a  shop to do 
> it? I would be interested in the added fuel economy and performance.
> Paul


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