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    New to the BACKS!!

    I live in VA and they like to "regulate" exhaust and all that BS. So is it ok to buy a catless turboback or does it have to be catted?? I know they do the annual inspections but wasnt sure if the catless would pass it??

    Oh ya and by the way if you have any suggestions for turbobacks let me know (i was planning on going with a COBB?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GFIZZLE
    I live in VA and they like to "regulate" exhaust and all that BS. So is it ok to buy a catless turboback or does it have to be catted?? I know they do the annual inspections but wasnt sure if the catless would pass it??

    Oh ya and by the way if you have any suggestions for turbobacks let me know (i was planning on going with a COBB?)
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    i have but wanted to hear some buyer opinions rather than some store that tells me that their exhaust is THE BEST ON THE STREETS!!!

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    http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/search.php

    search exhaust inspection
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    thxs

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    book mark that site...it holds all the answers to your rex quesitons
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    If you are running a catless exhaust you are 98% going to fail. If they do visual inspections you will fail immediately. You can run some crazy mix of alcohol and some other crap to get around it but I wouldn't.

    If you get a high flow cat and warm it up good before your test there is a good chance that you will pass.
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    blitz nur-spec. its the quietest available, and if you go catless you will def. pass emissions in VA.














    Just kidding. stay catted. Borla Hush ftw!!!
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