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    just fitted my ecotune decat and what a difference it makes would def mod to add to you list. Much smoother, pulls better sounds lots awesome .
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportka1 View Post
    just fitted my ecotune decat and what a difference it makes would def mod to add to you list. Much smoother, pulls better sounds lots awesome .
    Cheers for the heads up mate, that mod is defo on my to do list
     
     

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    bit tricky to fit removing the lamda sensor and getting the bots from the back of the turbo undone, but once the old cat is off its a lot easier to fit the new decat pipe. All you need is a socket set, 15mm offset ring spanner and i found using a 15mm flexy ratchet spanner really helpful too.
     
     

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    told you it was a good mod to go for, you cant believe the difference it makes
     
     

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    chears daybow for the advice (got a flexy ratchet spanner loads easier) bit tricky but you were right great mod .
     
     

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