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    Senior Member Bruce Johnson's Avatar
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    Had 6 of these and now have 2 left. Figured I'd throw mine in since I'll never be able to use it on my car here in Ca.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregadeth View Post
    With the cat bypass in place, would a car have any chance at passing California smog? Asking for a friend
    No. Even if you lowered the hydrocarbons, the exhaust gas test still checks for nitrous oxide & oxgen content. Not to mention the visual inspection portion before that would result in an automatic fail.
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    Cat Bypass

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Johnson View Post
    Had 6 of these and now have 2 left. Figured I'd throw mine in since I'll never be able to use it on my car here in Ca.
    Any left? Sent you a PM...I need another one if available. Thanks
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    Senior Member Bruce Johnson's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ras12 View Post
    Any left? Sent you a PM...I need another one if available. Thanks
    Yes, I think I have 2 left.

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    Just wondered how easy it is to install? Is it just a matter of disconnecting from the Cat (I am guessing it is welded) and connecting to the bypass? Anything else needed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Johnson View Post
    Yes, I think I have 2 left.

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    Senior Member Bruce Johnson's Avatar
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    Perhaps Ras12 can chime in on the install

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