Started by GSB, April 14, 2004, 09:10
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Quote from: "Hanslow"One to be ported to the articles section?
Quote from: "Liz"Great article Grant, can we organise a gut the cats party! s:twisted: :twisted: s:twisted: I really want mine out now that my Mr T warranty is up.
Quote from: "heathstimpson"Excellent write up. Do you think your car will show any improvement with the better exhaust flow now:?: Shame you couldn't have dome a pre and post dynos to prove the possible torque and power changes
Quote from: "John Woodward"I am really not sure about all this to be honest...
Quotesimple answer,whatever the reason for them being fitted they don't have to pass that test anymore. Only the MOT.you can pass the mot without them.they are hazardous to your engines health.there are no legal implication to you in rfemoving them.personally I'd get shot.
Quote from: "John Woodward"But it does make me think that when they were doing their tests, surely these problems would have shown themselve up to MrT?
Quote from: "Peter Laborne"It would be good if someone planning on gutting their (pre)cat could do before and after dyno runs and also emissions tests.
Quote from: "markiii"Finally, I can't give details as this was in confidence, so take it for what it's worth, but I did have a conversation with someone I would consider an expert on Toyota engines and ours in particluar where it was stated that toyota are known for using not substandard but shall we say some of the less desirable catalytic converters that are around, and that better ones could have been sourced. I beleive that statement, you may not.