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Offline brokenbudget

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Re: CS-400 Muffler Mod
« Reply #50 on: March 19, 2014, 07:05:28 am »
One of the biggest positives about getting rid of the catalytic part of the muffler is that most of the catalytic reactors and especially the honey comb ones are very heavy.

Also as the exhaust gases have to pass through the catalytic part and it has to get hot to react, it is rather restrictive. I don't like the heat from them either.

I get a lot of people that "don't want the extra power".  :) their response changes when I mention it gets rid of heat better. their response changes even further when they run their muffler modded saw 8) then they come back with more saws to mod ;D
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