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Old 11-30-2005, 12:03 AM   #41
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Your car will sound BAD A * *
Your car will smell BAD A * *
Your fuel mileage is proportional to foot pressure, so it will be worse cause you will be going faster.

And you'll gain nothing but HP. About 10 hp IMO.

I haven't run a CAT since installing the TOG a couple of years ago.
PDad doesn't have one now.

Bill'* exhause guy let me down off his hoist.....cause he knew I wouldn't buy one from him, and he'* not an A * *.
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you wouldnt happen to have ne vids of how it sounds?
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Nothing I can post but take my word for it. The sound is intoxicatingly delicious. Not too loud or raspy and hardly noticeable from inside.
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sweet. do you know where i can get a catless dp?
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No.
The unit they sell for the GP will not fit the Bonne.
You may have to find a shop that can custom fab one....like I did.
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how much that run ya?
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Pdad and SilverBullet aren't required by Federal Law to have a cat.

Bill'* Exhaust guy (jerry) let the bullet down off the lift without a cat because he'* a western Canadian car that isn't required to have a cat.

Your car will never sound like the bullet or bone-evil without a cat because the exhaust configuration is totally different.
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Both the Bullet and Bone-evil sound awesome.
By law, I don't have to have a CAT as well, so, i don't.
Big fine for you though.
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You should run a cat, not only becasue of the legal concequences. It'* much better for the enviroment, I'm by no means a tree hugger. No one here is going to stop you from doing what you want to do just take this advice.... If you don't run a cat don't walk around and talk about that. I don't see how there could be that much of a gain on a se over a high flow cat to warrent the idea of even running without one.

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You should run a cat, not only becasue of the legal concequences. It'* much better for the enviroment, I'm by no means a tree hugger. No one here is going to stop you from doing what you want to do just take this advice.... If you don't run a cat don't walk around and talk about that. I don't see how there could be that much of a gain on a se over a high flow cat to warrent the idea of even running without one.

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Ed...he'* planning an L67 swap and is doing his research now. This would be for the L67.
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