L322 De-cat help
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    May 15th, 2019

    L322 De-cat help

    Hi there everyone, thank you for accepting me into your awesome forum! I understand this has been posted before in 2014 and I understand i will get a efficiency warning which I have a plan for. I am currently looking for a decat exhaust pipe for my 2004 Range Rover L322 4.4 BMW V8 (M62). There used to be one on eBay however they are out of stock and I have been waiting for over 9 weeks for a re-stock and still no joy does anyone know where i can acquire one? As a universal de-cat is just not an option as we all know the diameter of the downpipes into the cats is much thicker than the remaining exhaust pipes

    The reason I am after a "de-cat" is because both my cats are seriously clogged, and split them selfs before my MOT, now i have re welded them, my range has little to no performance

    P.s Ive tried cat clean.

    If anyone can recommended where i can get such a part i would be eternally grateful as I have called around to most specialists in my area and gone google mad !

    Kind Regards Harry


    2004 Zambezi Silver L322 Range Rover Vogue 4.4L V8 (M62) - LPG

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    February 19th, 2013
    Denver, CO

    Re: L322 De-cat help

    I don't think you'll get much help here.

    Besides being horrid for the environment, modern vehicles are designed to run with cats. Removing them play havoc with the engine-control computers.

    Plus, if the UK is like the US, you'd face a large fine for running without them.

    Better to find some used cats at a breaker, or find a less-costly non-OEM replacement.
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