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New catalytic converter material could make for cleaner, cheaper cars

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Atlas, Mar 28, 2010.

  1. Atlas

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    Good less **** for tweekers to steal.
     

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    Good point!!!
     
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    How much $$$ in precious metals are actually in these??

    See the local junk man offering cash for them but have never called to see the going rate.
     
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    if a replacement cat costs 300 or so, how can this save 1-5000?
     
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    Most likely it requires less fuel so it would give better mileage.
     
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    I've been told that some of the cats on newer vehicles cost $1500 to replace. Some cars have 2 of them, some 4.
     
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    Nice find, thanks, Atlas.