Acually it does get rid of one of the 2 cat's. So it's a chance to pass emission's. I hear getting a high flow cat will help out in passing but im not sure.ALTIMA-SKYLINE said:
Wrong! It gets rid of the only cat the 98's have. It's in the downpipe. To install a header, you will need to remove that ccat. The only to get around this is to have a high flow cat installed under the car near where the shifter is.TPhelps155 said:Acually it does get rid of one of the 2 cat's. So it's a chance to pass emission's. I hear getting a high flow cat will help out in passing but im not sure.
I'm still hesitant on buying a hotshot and greddy for these reasons. Mass laws
And this should be in the Engine Performance thread just so you know.
really? u wanna rethink that? how hard do u think it is to formulate something that doesnt release nitrogen oxides and carbon dioxide. look it up on any search engine. i guarantee u that you'll find an additive that shows that u will pass an emissions test. there's probably hundreds of them out there. if u dont find one then i'll show everyone one.clo007 said::bullshit: