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Old August 13th, 2012, 05:54 PM
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Planning on mounting my dual exhaust on my 94 and i need to get all of the "Tornado Slime" off of it. If i take it to the carwash do ineed to worry about water getting into the cats? Will it harm the heavy metal catalyst at all?



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I don't think so.you can easily tape up the ends though to be safe

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I was thinking a styrofoam cup wedged in there, i just wanted to make sure. Thanks Skate



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carefuly with the strofoam, you wanna make sure you get ALL of it out of there, maybe stuff a big wad of tape in there first? It's just precautionary anyways, water gets in our exhaust all the time.


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condensation, you see it drip out, but usually forms within the muffler


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