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> Don't remove the cat, just gut it. Here in Taxachusetts we
> have a somewhat strict emissions testing program and my
> gutted kitty mobiles have passed every time. (On the 5KS
> emissions went down by 50% after the kitty surgery) Plus if you
> decide to sell the car....you don't know anything about it,
> must have been that mechanic in Alabama that did it when you
> got stranded there with an exhaust plugged by kitty litter..
> yeah, that's the ticket...
Bzzzzzzttttttt..... (Finally got to use it, It's been a while!) Gutting
the cat cause's more turbulence in the exhaust and really screws up your
back pressure the only two options that I would do are:
1) straight pipe
2) gut the cat and install a straight pipe inside of it....
I had 2 now I have 1.....