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decat to fit buddyclub stage 2 exhaust systrem ???? help

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decat to fit buddyclub stage 2 exhaust systrem ???? help

Post by 95 sir on 24.01.12 22:43

lads,
i have the above exhaust system but now me car is up for test. spent big money so dont wanna pay to put old one on/ off etc and potentially wreck it after test......im told i need a cat as old ones diameter too small.... but not the 700 long version ,the 300 long version...... any info on where i chase this up ... iv searched hi and low.....universal cat wont fit diameter.....funds there dontgetit

HELP......
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Re: decat to fit buddyclub stage 2 exhaust systrem ???? help

Post by kir1 on 24.01.12 22:45

I have 2.5" adjustable decats in stock, I'm not sure exactly what you're asking for in that post though!
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Re: decat to fit buddyclub stage 2 exhaust systrem ???? help

Post by KieranO on 25.01.12 1:08

Well for starters a buddyclub spec 2 will fail an NCT hands down on the decibel level so you'd be as well off putting on the standard exhaust and cat for the NCT..

It's easy enough to change an exhaust, you could do it yourself in about a half hour with a jack, axle stands and some spanners!
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