Add new 14.10E, re-letter subsequent sections accordingly:
“E. Catalytic converters may be replaced by aftermarket units. Replacements must: 1) be certified for use in that vehicle application
by the manufacturer or reconditioner, 2) bear correct EPA-mandated labeling, 3) be of the OE quantity and type (i.e. oxidation,
three-way, etc.) and 4) be used in the same location(s) as the OE converter(s). This does allow for high performance replacements,
provided they meet all restrictions herein.”
Woohoo! I can get a high-flow cat and stay in STS [wrenchin]
06-20-2007 06:30 PM
06-20-2007 09:43 PM
Doesnt help out a GS SVT, but nice to know regardless - thanks for posting it up.
06-23-2007 10:19 PM
I'm a GS SVT...
SCCA Rules Nazis strike again...[bawling]
06-23-2007 10:48 PM
Alright! Now I have to spend more money! lol
This was actually what kept me from getting a high flow in the first place but now I'm kinda sick that I can actually use one, I don't want to spend much more money on my ride.
06-23-2007 11:36 PM
whats a GS SVT?
06-24-2007 12:24 AM
06-27-2007 11:36 PM
Does a Random Tech High Flow cat even meet EPA standards and regulations?
06-27-2007 11:40 PM
Originally Posted by miniboon
whats a GS SVT?
It is the SCCA classification for cars that are original from the factory, but allow minor modifications.
- Air Filter element change. Such as a K&N, but doesn't allow CAI systems
- CAT back exhaust
- OEM equivalent suspension replacement
- R Compound tires
06-28-2007 02:12 AM
Originally Posted by Dcl2049
wow i feel like an idiot for that one......total brain fart