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Re: cat removal?
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On killing the kitty.....
There are different definitions of "legal". For street operation in the
or hoggin' out of the cat is not legal. For SCCA Solo II competition,
hoggin' out or replacement of the cat with one that flows better is also
Personally, I'm much more concerned with being SCCA-legal Vs streel
As to the morality of cat removal or hoggin' out the cat, I've found that
ur-Q passed the tough Taxxachusetts emission tests without the cat, but
found that 1/4 mile times were the same with and without, when the car
in a basically stock state of tune. So if you are basically stock, there
to be gained by removing the cat, and, if you do, the environmental
is not large. I think it would make a lot more sense if the
look at regulating diesel emissions on everything from cars to the
trucks and leave the few modifiers and enthusiasts alone, IMFO.