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Old 08-19-2013, 04:18 PM   #1
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offroad x vs catted x.

How much HP gain with a offroad x compared to a catted x?
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Not enough to risk inspection and a fine
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That's what I was thinking but is there a rough number?
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Just get high flows. And I believe its only like 3-5 tuned
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I think it's around 10hp/10tq basically. That's what the bbk video shows.
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Not worth it imo. Im buying high flow cats
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Only a few if you are NA, if you are boosted then it will be more gains.
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Thats when you buy high flows made for boost i wouldnt go off road for a street car. But thats just me
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If you have yearly emissions go with the catted x pipe. I don't have emissions where I live so off road was my choice.
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If you have yearly emissions go with the catted x pipe. I don't have emissions where I live so off road was my choice.
Me neither, just gonna research how much the fine is up here.
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Me neither, just gonna research how much the fine is up here.
I have emissions so it was settled for me. You won't get your registration here so basically you are screwed. You have to pass or get a few strikes and then lose money. Time, and license potentially.
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From what I read its a 385$ fine in Ontario, I'm assuming Quebec is probably in the same range. Both Provence's are expected to start yearly emission tests but only on cars 8 years and older.
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I have to smog every 2 years... So I kept the stock midpipe and when it's time to smog I just swap it out and I'm good.
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