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      01-08-2012, 07:17 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by parapaul View Post
It shouldn't do - cat removal is a fail, because it interferes with the emissions on a petrol engine. From the MOT manual Section 7.4 on the VOSA website:

A well maintained engine shouldn't produce anywhere near that quanity of smoke.
jeez, that is so daft that a cat removal is a fail, but a DPF isn't.

DPF stops all those dangerous (to people's lungs) small particles getting released... shame
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