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well the bloke to the cat of and it fell out lol and all i can say is woooooooo so much more responsive bost has gone from .5kgm to .8kgm and you can aculty hear that its boosting now B)

anyone with a turbo that still has a cat get rid lol

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well the bloke to the cat of and it fell out lol and all i can say is woooooooo so much more responsive bost has gone from .5kgm to .8kgm and you can aculty hear that its boosting now B)

anyone with a turbo that still has a cat get rid lol

Uk spec or J-spec MR2 turbo?? Gen II or III?? Much involved in getting it out?? isn't the cat on the same elbow as the dp??

Cheers

KiwiMR2

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well they took the cat of held it upside down and it kida fell out the cat was proper mased i have had a very funy noise from the back of the car wich i thought was the engien falling out but its all sorted now just put the empty cat back on for now till i can afford the aussie pipe

its a 92 REV 2 turbo

cheers

ian

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off topic as always but Kiwi that iwas one hell of a cool av lol :thumbsup: :P

Thank :) I had on a while ago then the forum went down and I had forgotten where I had got it from, then I e-mailed a moderator about another one and he kindly reminded me where it was and reccomend I use it again as he thought it was pretty cool too.......dunno where it's gone now though :(

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KiwiMR2

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Kiwi, has to be a j-spec MR2 since Turbo models were never produced for the UK market.

Ian, have you seen your boost level increase since the cat was removed? There have been a few reports of cars reaching dangerous boost levels due to the loss of the cat. You need a proer boost gauge to check though.

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yeah.. if you don't have a proper gauge, get one. Your boost pressure will shoot up now !

my boost is hitting 15psi and stopped there by the chip I have. If I didn't have it, it would most probably be reaching v dangerous levels !

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Sorry mate, i should have read your initial post properly, you do clearly mention the new boost readings which strongly suggests you have a gauge fitted. It is be my next purchase, then an induction kit, stainless exhaust and finally a Unichip. Will get the gauge first, then save up for the induction kit, exhaust and unichip and get them fitted at the same time so i can have everything mapped to match the new components.

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