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Author Subject: no power throughout revs.
allesclar

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Post #26
ah cheers mate, I will. keep you all posted when I get it fixed. Will get the cat off one night and have a rev

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Posted 28th Feb 2012 at 22:33
allesclar

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phillipm wrote:
Could do with the extra heat/pressure - what make was the CAT?

was a longlife one

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Posted 28th Feb 2012 at 22:34
allesclar

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Post #28
Well.

Collapsed CAT, completely fell apart interally all over the garage floor when taken off and tipped vertically.

£30 quid for the work to get it off, gut and weld up.

Sounds awesome now with a very nice raspberry tone.

Will aquire a second hand standard cat come for next MOT.

Thanks for the help guys, i am glad it wasnt something more serious ie the charger.

Note to anyone running a charger, RUN DECAT!! lol that was £230 down the drain Sad Longlife were quite right in only offering a 12month warranty, those sports CAT are not upto the task.

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Posted 2nd Mar 2012 at 17:26
smegal

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Glad you got it sorted relatively painlessly. You could do with doing an ECU reset on it (assuming you know the radio code). It will have lambda errors stored on the ECU.

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Posted 2nd Mar 2012 at 17:34
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Decat FTW....everytime. Yes

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