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Old 06-22-2008, 10:00 AM   #31
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According to 95% of the people that seem to find their way here, you'll lose FE because of a loss of back-pressure.
My G/F's mileage has gone up recently, her cat is clogged
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You don't want back pressure in a turbo charged engines, the back pressure your talking about helps scavenge the exhaust gas from the valves, this has more to do with the exhaust diameter.
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