S2000DRIVER made the statement that the catalytic converter does not remove emissions caused by burned oil. I was curious about emissions testing. The part of PA I live in does not currently require emissions testing, so I dont know much about it. I think we are going to be subject to some kind of testing next year. Is it true that a catalytic converter does not remove exhaust emissions from burning oil? Is it true that burning oil will not poison or foul a catalytic converter? Can a car with a good catalytic converter fail emissions testing due to burning oil? If so, replacing the catalyst would not do any good, right?