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Old 13-03-19, 07:25 PM   #1
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thinking de cating the the car 307 1.6 hdi 90hp diesal if i was to revmove it will i need to get any other parts deleted
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I think Mr mot tester might get a bit funny tho:

2.5 Exhaust system

The exhaust system will be inspected to check that:

it’s secure and complete
a catalyst isn’t missing where one was fitted as standard
it’s without serious leaks and not too noisy

unless your talking about smashing the guts out of the cat?
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will this be the same for a diesel to
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What are to trying to achieve by removing the cat?
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better hp and a better running exhaust
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You wont see much difference removing the cat you need more air in to get more power on a diesel your turbo is tiny thats the restriction on your engine the cat is bigger than the whole turbo !
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The days of power sapping catalytic converters are ancient history now.
When they were first used in North America they reduced Detroit's finest engines to emasculated shadows of their pre-cat days.
But technology has long caught up with the problems of catalyst systems, and overcome them, resulting in engines that are at once cleaner, smoother, more efficient, and as a bonus, much longer lasting than previous generations. I suggest you leave it alone.

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If you want more power, just get another car. Decats and other mods are just going to be a minefield if you're stopped for a random check, or you have a crash and the undeclared & illegal mods are there for the insurance assessors to see.

Not to mention all the faults the car is going to pick up if the standard exhaust system has been messed about with and the sensors are detecting values other than what it's expecting.

A stage 1 remap is the best you're going to get out of this car.
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With the dpf rules if yours has one many come with the cat and dpf that splits

You can cut it out but itís going to cause more hassle


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what is in a stage 1 remap
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