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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-13-2015, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow Cat Eliminator Mid-Pipe

Does anyone know if the Arrow Cat Eliminator Mid-Pipe can be installed on a 2011 F4? I noticed on the Arrow site that it's available for 1st gen F4s only.

Has anyone installed this part on their 2nd Gen F4?

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No , it's not interchangeable between models.

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just remove the cat, all you need is a long needle nose and some beer, is very easy but you will need a new fuel map after
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just remove the cat, all you need is a long needle nose and some beer, is very easy but you will need a new fuel map after
waaaaa?

video or i call Bullsh*t as i don't see how that can be done cleanly.

for me, i had to cut the pipe open, remove the cat and then re-solder it back together.
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just remove the cat, all you need is a long needle nose and some beer, is very easy but you will need a new fuel map after
That's not possible buddy, the damn CAT is welded to the header pipes

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waaaaa?

video or i call Bullsh*t as i don't see how that can be done cleanly.

for me, i had to cut the pipe open, remove the cat and then re-solder it back together.
What did you do to replace the length of the pipe that the CAT occupied? Got some pics or other specs to share?

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I actually followed the process here - http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=51770

No pics because it is back in the bike but from outside it looks like oem
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Donsy...what is that sensor connected to the straight pipe?

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I actually followed the process here - http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=51770

No pics because it is back in the bike but from outside it looks like oem
Mgivogue...so all you did was cut open the section, remove the CAT, weld the section back on and then remap the bike?

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Donsy...what is that sensor connected to the straight pipe?
It's called a Lambda sensor, your bike has one.

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