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    Senior Member Bruce Johnson's Avatar
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    Cat Bypass Pipe

    These pipes were custom made by a Delorean owner back in the late 80's and early 90's. These came with a bunch of parts some of which I sold here a few months back. If your vehicle does not require a catalytic converter this can be used as a bypass. These may have some scuffs and scratches due to storage. $95.00 ea. plus shipping

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    CAT Bypass

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    Senior Member Bruce Johnson's Avatar
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    I have 2 of these left

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    And the engine will have more HP and run cooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Johnson View Post
    These pipes were custom made by a Delorean owner back in the late 80's and early 90's. These came with a bunch of parts some of which I sold here a few months back. If your vehicle does not require a catalytic converter this can be used as a bypass. These may have some scuffs and scratches due to storage. $95.00 ea. plus shipping

    cat2.jpg cat3.jpg

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    Senior Member Bruce Johnson's Avatar
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    I've been asked shipping rates on these. Each one packaged weighs 3lbs.10oz.

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    Senior Member Ras12's Avatar
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    Cat Bypass

    Just recieved the bypass pipe.

    Looks great. Can't wait to install it.

    Thanks Bruce
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    Senior Member Bruce Johnson's Avatar
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    You're welcome

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    Senior Member Bruce Johnson's Avatar
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    Senior Member Gregadeth's Avatar
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    With the cat bypass in place, would a car have any chance at passing California smog? Asking for a friend

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    Senior Member Bruce Johnson's Avatar
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    Certainly not a visual inspection.

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