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HELP, MOT Failure - Emissions

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Hello all, to anyone who can help, my Gti is currently fitted with a decat mid section and has failed the emissions test on the MOT. I have a few solutions but I need help:

1. Anyone got an exhaust I can borrow for a day?

Willing to travel and pay!

2. Get a custom mid section with CAT In place.

3. Cut the decat pipe and weld a CAT in place.

4. Try and acquire the rare find that is a "full exhaust" system with all the bits on.

Any other suggestions would also be appreciated,

Cheers

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Aha and where would I find one of those ?

I'm from the South west man, near Bristol?

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Did you take it for a thrash beforehand ?

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No, but after it failed they put 3 cans of cat cleaner in a half tank of fuel, didn't drop the emissions hardly :/

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RE:

Did you take it for a thrash beforehand ?
Where are u based dude?
your missing out ...... 5. Find a friendly MOT tester.

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If you were in the midlands i could have given you a decent MOT tester.

Just go around a few garages, explain you have a decat and is there anything they can do, if they say no, move to the next... Sounds stupid, but its how i found my MOT bloke all them years ago....

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You should always go for a spirited drive before an MOT imo

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