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    respect A20RYM thats my thought i think thats a better route to go
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by yardie View Post
    respect A20RYM thats my thought i think thats a better route to go
    I used the single pipe replacement on my 4 cylinder 318is butif I had to do it on a 6 cylinder then I would just gut the cat section.

    I have a Miltek de-cat section waiting to go on my coupe and you ought to see the size of the silencers on it



     
     

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    See Now we talking thas a sweet set up there
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by yardie View Post
    See Now we talking thas a sweet set up there
    And so it bloody should be for 500 sterling back when I bought it



     
     

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    Gut the CAT in my opinion Yardie...
     
     

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    a bit offtopic question. dont you put lambda probes on those? or are they mounted someplace else
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by beating View Post
    a bit offtopic question. dont you put lambda probes on those? or are they mounted someplace else
    I realised that I was sent a de-cat section for an Evo that has lambda sensors in the manifolds.

    I have to my Miltek section modified to create a home for the lambda sensors otherwise the car will not run at all well

    Well spotted, that was the main reason for me taking those pictures. I just decided to use them for reference purposes to show Yardie the size of the silencers on a M3 de-cat section compared to the size of the catalytic converters
     
     

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    ahh. got it
     
     

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