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Old 17 Oct 2006, 09:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question De-Cat

Hey folks,

Im thinking about ordering an Afterburner De-cat pipe for my Impreza GX

This is to compliment the full afterburner vortex system already fitted.

I have been told this will make the car slower and run funny - and ideas??

Also will my Engine Management or any other light come on due to the added emmisions??

Any help much appreciated.


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Old 18 Oct 2006, 09:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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As long as your Lamba sensor is placed before the Cat then it wouldn't give any problems. I had a full decat on my impreza 2.0L Sport and it was running great.. . Lots of pops and bangs out of the exhaust when engine breaking. I loved it..
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Old 18 Oct 2006, 04:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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As long as your Lamba sensor is placed before the Cat then it wouldn't give any problems. I had a full decat on my impreza 2.0L Sport and it was running great.. . Lots of pops and bangs out of the exhaust when engine breaking. I loved it..
Cheers mate, thats exactly what i wanted!
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