+1 what codes? Wrench light will produce a DTC just like a CEL will.The car is put back together but running into some issues. Car cranks and sounds good but everytime they give it gas, it throws a wrench code. Hit the throttle rpms don't move at all. They re loaded the tune... still no throttle response. Has anybody ever came across a issue like this? They're not able to to a crank reset either. Throttle isn't climbing at all
The op was tuned by lund and no one tunes more cars then lund. They know what they’re doing when it comes to tuning. These failures are not tune related, its a simple matter of physics. Aftermarket cats were never designed to handle the heat that boost brings...its just a matter of time before they fail. The op’s failed relatively quickly and he lost a motor to it. Its your money...
I think ur exaggerating it like an Italian would lol. I run cat delete and my car does not stink. Smell different , but doesn’t stinkThat's like saying the only drawback to castration is you lose a little weight and become liberal. Car without cats smells like crap and it doesn't take long to stink it up. You guys without cats are the stinky kid in class. I'm not talking "I forgot my deodorant today" smell, talking "been going to the gym for a week without a shower" funk.
Green cats aren't as good as the stock cats but it is way better than none at all. Folks will drop $10k+ for a FI system but can't be bothered with <$1k emissions equipment. Crazy logic.
If your car is totally track duty, yeah take them off because it isn't worth it. If it is occasional track duty street car, do us all a favor and put some cats on the thing.
I think ur exaggerating it like an Italian would lol. I run cat delete and my car does not stink. Smell different , but doesn’t stink
Matter of perspective I guess. Possibly tune related as well. You can definitely tell the difference though.I agree it’s not that bad, but that’s in comparison to my fox body which was noxious.
Matter of perspective I guess. Possibly tune related as well. You can definitely tell the difference though.
My biggest complaint about whether to use or not use cats isn't about the smell, it's bad information. Though this horse is very much dead and on its way to being glue. I would assume at this point, people can make their own decisions.
A lot of people believe the boost gauge measures supercharger output. It doesn't.I just read at the end of the whipple instruction book that if you run cat deletes you lose 0.5-1.5 boost....
Going catless was the best think I ever did to make car aside from Whipple. It was an unexpected side affect, but after catless when the Whipple cal was modified the car has never run so good. Drivability changed so much, no more hesitation or weirdness at part throttle. Very responsive now pulls harder at easing into the throttle and part throttle. Cat saver was turned off as well as decell fuel at 4K and power enrichment comes on much sooner. Smell yes a little, but car is so much better in every way now.