Morning gents..looking for some guidance / insight from the big brains on here. My F430 is a 2017 with ~ 20K miles, and I live in Florida. Last weekend, my car threw a CEL while driving. All seemed fine, and when I took the car into my indy, he checked, and indicated it was indicating a sensor fault emanating from Catalytic converters that were getting clogged / going bad. After some research, he suggested that he would upgrade the pipes to the sport exhaust (he was able to get a great deal on a take off set from another state). In doing this change, he said there would be no CC's anymore, so the exhaust would flow more smoothly, and would also be less hot...so, also possible that the headers last longer than normal prior to the dreaded cracking. He also said the exhaust note / sound would be louder, but definitely should not drone and/or be annoying. Said it would simply be more ferrari like. Anyway, I trust him explicitly, but wanted some insight from people on here that perhaps have done same. thanks in advance.