negantem non est
AO Silver Member
Join Date: Jun 2011
De CAT's, MOT's and the Law.
I'm asking this to all the Petrol/CAT equipped sections of the forum as not all of us frequent the other sections.
There appears to be somewhat of a fuelled hysteria knee jerk panic attack over DPF removal. So who better to ask the question to than all you petrol heads who have had this legal requirement to deal with for years.
DPF removal is being discussed at great length but with even less detail and specific inspection criteria as of this morning. However there are certain similarities with the introduction of petrol car CAT testing that I struggle with and maybe some of you could explain this to me. CAT's on spark ignition have been a requirement and formed part of the MOT inspection for more years than I care to remember so should be well implemented and enforced one would assume by now.
So the question I have is how can petrol vehicles which have had the Pre CATS and/or CAT's removed still pass MOT inspection ? Ι do not mean just emissions, because they obviously do even with one set of cats.
Is this just a case of testers turning a blind eye or is there another agenda here.
With all this fuelled hysteria over DPF's, MOT's, Insurance and type approval what are all you petrol owners doing ?
Shouldn't you be worried that your cars are just as "illegal" as some people are trying to convince us diesel owners that ours are? "
" full works
60mm Core Full size RS500 FMIC
AEM W/M Injection
Koni struts / Novitec springs
Grooved & Dimpled discs and pads
19" Prodrive wheels, Michelin Pilot Super Sport
Halo's HID's & LED's
Hub dyno'd at well over 500lbft
at the wheels !
and that's limited.
Thats over 750 Nm for you figure fiddlers