you can cap this thing off, up to you. It actually leads to no where, if you've removed your cats. either way, it really makes no difference if you cap it or not. however, if you choose not to cap it, you're car will make a "mooo" type sound when its cold. the other (& more complicated) option would be to remove the hard pipes & related hardware. You'd need to fabricate block off plates to block off (duh!) the holes where the pipes once were. plus side, the engine bay looks SO much cleaner.Alchemis said:quick question..
when the air pump is removed... shall i cap the hose to the engine ? or i put a small shield and remain it to be breathable ?
i'm refering to the output of the air pump... the input is from the air intake... out put is somewhere into the engine... shall i cap that ? or leave it breathing ?
joe13 said:1. Remove Air Pump
Ease of Mod : 4 / 5 (Easy)
Cost of Mod : 4 / 5 (Cheap Cheap)
Mod's Value : 4 / 5 (For the minimal effort you have to put in, this is one heck of a "value buy" mod
Should you do it : Hell yeah
Pros : Quicker engine response, Engine Bay looks SO much cleaner
Cons : U're choking good ol' mother earth quicker, but no diff if your main cat's gone
some qus about this,,,when i pull out the air pump wire the RPM will drop.izzt normal or i need to adjust it back n where i need to adjust???my car already didnt have cat ,just wana make engine bay look more clean .is that ok ?have any side effect??
my car already didnt have cat liao,then how ah??hihi n i didnt remove completely i just plug out the wire socket!!!hehe..phat7 said:alex- just plug up the hardpipes going to cat. have you removed the airpump completely?
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