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CAT advice , not the furry kind !

Hey Guys,

I would like to see if there is available a high flow cat for the FN2 CTR, I'm after freeing up the cat a bit, but don't want the hassle of taking the headers off each mot ?

Or does anyone know of a set of headers that would pass the mot ?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 15th March 2017, 23:26
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Solid Fabs and Piper do a 4-2-1 with a built in cat / decat pipes.

Whether these cats pass on MOT is questionable and you lose a fair chunk of mid-range compared to the japspeed / tegiwa etc but still have gains over the OEM.
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My mot is coming up and I'm gonna ask em if I stick my race header on with a sports cat would it be a problem for the mot.
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I had a solid fab with sports cat which passed mot but I didn't do many miles and sold car shortly after so i don't know their long term durability.

I would have got more power with full Tegiwa or japspeed manifold with sports cat under driver's seat. You also have more sports cat options.

Either way works much better than OEM though.
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There's a solid fabs mani and catback for £650 on Honda parts for sale FB page
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