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What is the ultimate repair solution the front Ktalysator exhaust?

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Please explain a bit more what do you need to know

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

  • bassamhilal Jul 07, 2010

    well thank you for answering, a mecanics technician advised me to clean the from Katalysator exhaust in my Suzuki Grand Vitara 2001, for the reason of reducing the fuel consumption, his solution was to drill the core of the exhaust by an automatic drill in order to give it more air infiltration space, but i though that it will be rediculous to do this because it will change all the fuel and air calibration, so what the ultimate solution will be? taking into considaration that there is no spare parts for Katalysator and exhaust in my area (Beirut) unless locally made,
    thank you in advance for reading this.

    Bassam Hilal

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    Colin Stickland Jul 07, 2010

    yes he is right in what he says ,but the problem is do you have a mechanical vehicle inspection every year like we do in europe ,if you do this the exhaust emmissions will go very high and the vehicle will not pass its inspection .I do know they have this type of vehicle inspection in israel also some other arab states have introduced it as well .so its up to you what you do ,but if the goverment introduve inspections next year then it will need a new cat converter exhaust

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