Re: Is it possible to pass emission without catalytic converter? (97gSrkId88)
Well I wouldn't/don't care about the legality of removing the cat, but I certainly wouldn't risk going through inspections w/o one, it's just too easy to put one back on for inspection. You won't pass and if they start snooping around, you're almost certain to get caught and fined. Funny how they make all these blanket emission laws, but it's still okie doke to buy a 5l+ gas guzzling, polution creating, road smashing, car driver killing, roll-over toasters...er SUV. Just love trying to see around one of these POSs w/ dark tinted windows.
Re: Is it possible to pass emission without catalytic converter? (TimoneX)
I dont have a Cat on my integra and i have to have an inspection soon, I live in Missouri and wondered if MO is a state that strickly enforces emmissions
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Re: Is it possible to pass emission without catalytic converter? (gotboost86)
Someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but I think no cat is a violation of federal law, so I would worry more about being caught for no cat when/if you fail emission then actually passing emissions, if that makes sense to you.
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