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Take it Out (archive)

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Posted by David on May 15, 2001 at 09:48:57:

In Reply to: Catalytic converter ¿yes or no? posted by Ricardo Roel on May 14, 2001 at 18:37:01:

Remove that sucker. I took mine out for the track andit was a great improvement. If you do not need it then remove it and sell it. Many people need cats and do not want to pay for a new one $$.

I live in mexico city, should i keep the converter or should i take it out, mexican law is really stupid, so let me tell you my car does not circulate yes i can not drive my car one day a week mine is wednesday yes like you read, is stupid like i say, all is because there are a lot of old cars that they contaminate the air to much, not until 93 all the cars in mexico had converters so my car is 1988 i can not drive one day, i can not say that has converter and injectors, in the verification of air pollution always pass with A+ like the 2001, but i could not drive like i said, my question is do i take out the converter there is no point to keep it, or is it i will gain more power, more torque,¿shoul i doet?.


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