ATS said it would cost me around £150 but i dont really want to pay that for one when as soon as it comes out of the test station im gonna take it straight back off, will placing the cat convertor back on reduce the sound of my exhaust any or is it there just to reduce emissionsMajor Ingram said:A new one isn't that dear!
Richard where did you get this from and did it really work that well?Richard Moss said:Major - I had huge trouble shifting the nuts and bolts on my Sterling exhaust this week. Until I decided to try the electric impact gun which whipped them off.
Still the best £10 I ever spent on tools..............
Bob get yourself down to your local Motor parts store or AFL or Machinemart and get yourself some axel stands or ramps for about £30 a pair. I'd prefer the axle stands.bobdope2002 said:hey cheers for the help ladz, i will take it for an mot sometime in the next few weeks to see if it does fail, the thing is i dont have a ramp or nout to even fit it, so its gonna be difficult to do it ma self so i may have to visit a gargae