chemistry tutor at Kent state, going for my RN. i dont know, i just find it easy. you just have to remember tons of math formulas, names for molecules and read IUPAC names and common names. if you can remember names of other things you can remember names for a lot of things. The math isn’t easy but the way I was taught and I teach it makes it so much easier!So after your earlier post I'm guessing you're some sort of chemistry nut... That was and always will be my weakest subject. Barely squeaked a 2.0 in college and I graduated with honors
hey, I just bought a heavy modded 03. Everything from my turbo back is wrapped in a heat shroud(cloth) how do i know If my down pipe has a CAT? It obviously passed smog because i got it at a dealership along with the list of up grades.California owners are advised to keep their stock down/mid pipe, so it can be reinstalled for the CA smog test/visual inspection.
Assuming one has a "quality" tune, you should only need to swap the pipes. The "high" rpm test is still under 3000rpm (2500rpm I think) for a CA no-dyno standstill sniffer test (which is what applies to us since our cars are AWD and most test centers will only have one roller). At that rpm your tune should be running clean (enough to pass). After this month's CA smog inspection, I will have swapped the pipe without changing my tune for the 4th consecutive time (over 7-8 years).Now .. When the car is tunned .would I be able to pass smog test ? I'm in California .. Or can I just change downpipe to stock without tunning again?
Just going off what the description on oaks said. I do know the oil cooler, turbo placement, and oil pan differences between models can make ir break a header fitment. Im guessing it won't fit or at least need some slight modification to fit or they would have listed it for that model. Ill research more and see if I can find out for sure later.Adair, I'm pretty certain that 02-14 Wrx, 04-07sti and 05-09 LGT all share the same manni.