I swap on some Larini Clubsport catalytic converters onto my ’04 Gated Gallardo to replace the potentially “fatal” OEM cats. I managed to accomplish this without removing the bumper or the rest of the exhaust. Full walk through of removal and some installation tips & tricks. (*I am not a professional mechanic, this was the easiest way I found to perform this, you mileage may vary, proceed at your own risk).
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0:00 Intro / What we’re doing
0:37 Why Replace the cats?
4:08 Right cat’ Removal
15:19 Left cat’ Removal
20:13 Inspecting old cats
25:07 Me being a nerd about fasteners
26:33 Cold start with Larini cats
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