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AO Silver Member
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: United Kingdom
County: West Sussex
I think there is some misunderstanding here of what Ned has said in his OP. If you have a DPF removed but replace it before the MOT or you leave the DPF in place but have it knocked through, then so long as the MOT tester gets a satisfactory smoke test then the car will pass. However if the MOT testing station is also the place where the modification was done then they would knowingly be giving the car a pass, when it does not have a DPF.
Case of you cant be poacher and gamekeeper. Seems straightforward enough to me.
Someone said to me, "so whats so special about an Alfa Romeo then?" I told him, "If you have to ask, you wont understand".
Driving Brera S 2.2, wife drives 939 Spider 2.2 and there is a 1972 Spider 2000 S2 in the garage for fun days.