Yes or No to putting on a test pipe

Whether or not to get a test pipe on my stock exhaust?

  • Yes

    Votes: 10 38.5%
  • NO

    Votes: 16 61.5%

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fastflyinaccord

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We have catalytic converters for a reason. There is no performance value to them for our cars, you aren't driving a race car. And believe it or not, they smell like garbage when you ride behind a car with no cat
 

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To override the code a company sells a CEL fix bung that your o2 sensor screws in then you would screw that complete piece o2+bung into your test pipe and it rids you of the code. It's 60 bucks last time I checked
 

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Thought about doing it with my WSII exhaust, but not sure that I would bother.

Not fully convinced there would be a benefit to it with that exhaust.
 

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Not going to hurt the environment imo, but it will smell and and sound bad.

Just get a high flow cat, if anything.
 

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. . . . honestly i just wanna be able to make kewl backfiring noises :hide:
 

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Just get a high flow cat, if anything.

Any benefit with the high flow cat?

I am looking at both, but not sure which one will actually have the most benefit with my aftermarket exhaust.

Would prefer to avoid any fumes, so maybe the high flow cat would be better.
 
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