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Date Registered: 10-2013
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Free Flow compared to Decat exhaust option for a T30


HI guys,

i searched the forum but could not get conclusive input, i would like to know if anyone has done a decat or a free flow exhaust performance modification on a T30 and you results were?

i am looking to do this now but wonder if i should only decat, only free flow or both...

thanks
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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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You will not find any reference on this forum to decating your Xtrail because it is illegal in Australia and many other countries because of pollution laws.

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Date Registered: 09-2015
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
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Hi Guys,

ok as I mentioned, I live in Kenya. So rules are really easy going here for modifications. Last month I was in the bush and bend my exaust pipe a bit. It is fixed already and nothing damaged except the cat. Now I am thinking of just decat.

Will this improve the performance? If yes in which way and do I have to reset the ECU. I have a T30 2006.

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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As I mentioned previously, we are not allowed to do that here in Australia so we will have no information to help you.
All we can say is that the ECU will not like the removal of the CAT because it has oxygen sensors in the exhaust system and if readings are outside expected ranges then it will flag an error and your engine check light will illuminate in the dash.
No-one has been able to reprogram the Nissan ECU either so I don't think there would be a fix for it that way.

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Your best bet for this type of information and the workaround for the ECU detecting a missing cat converter and O2 sensor, is the Sentra Spec-V forum in the US.

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