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Old 12-09-2013, 11:20 AM   #1
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Long tubes with cat

Anyone have a 3.8 with long tubes and cats?? I want to do it but I can't move the position of my cats for smog
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The end of the long tubes will be past the second cat on each side, passing them legally is impossible, would have to pay off someone.
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Lol. Passing smog with long tubes in Cali? No chance in hell. You have to pay for someone to look the other way
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Lol. Passing smog with long tubes in Cali? No chance in hell. You have to pay for someone to look the other way
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Yep, can't even pass with headers. Look around. I pay $150 for my smog every 2 years
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take your stock exhaust off completely, and put it in storage.
Then build your new exhaust.
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