RE: [DML] Catalytic converter
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RE: [DML] Catalytic converter

I have heard that sometimes CATs meet with "unforunate accidents" whereby one accientially slips with a metal rod about 50 or 60 times  and the inside of the CAT crubles and falls out. This, I'm told has the same effect of a bypass pipe, but may just add the slightest of echos during hard acceleration. This is all second hand information ;)

130"+" HP D 

To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: gekko@xxxxxxxxxxxx: Tue, 8 Jul 2008 02:09:40 +0000Subject: [DML] Catalytic converter

I see that the O2 detector is located before the cat converter. If I was to eliminate the CAT, would I have any problems with the O2 sensor system? Does anyone have experience with this? I'm looking at how to (cheaply) make the exhaust system more free flowing than it is, stock.Ultimately, I plan to replace the entire system with John Hervey's stainless sytem, but in the interim, I'd like to get some improvement.Ideas?Craig Werner08171 

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