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Old 05-21-2014, 07:36 PM   #1
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Catless downpipes emission test - Ontario

Hey guys I am planning to install vrsf downpipes which eliminate the catalytic converters on my 2009 335xi and am worried about passing the emissions test. I am also installing the vrsf catback exhaust and bms dual cone intake.

Should I do an emissions test before this installation? Meaning I would have to change the vrsf downpipes back to the stock ones for every emissions test in the future? Or is there a better way?

Should I just leave the stock downpipes on and forget about the vrsf downpipes?

I need some advice guys.

Thank you for your time.
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Hey guys I am planning to install vrsf downpipes which eliminate the catalytic converters on my 2009 335xi and am worried about passing the emissions test. I am also installing the vrsf catback exhaust and bms dual cone intake.

Should I do an emissions test before this installation? Meaning I would have to change the vrsf downpipes back to the stock ones for every emissions test in the future? Or is there a better way?

Should I just leave the stock downpipes on and forget about the vrsf downpipes?

I need some advice guys.

Thank you for your time.

What kind of emission test do you guys have over there ?OBD or Sniffer?
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For my bmw it would be an OBD
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Old 05-22-2014, 11:27 AM   #4
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For my bmw it would be an OBD


VRSF Are currently working on a Downpipe fix that would let you pass the emission test even with catless DP.
You can also always find someone local who has a BMS DP fix and borrow it for a day.
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