Flowmaster Direct-fit Catalytic Converters - 49-State Legal Customer Reviews
22 Customer Reviews
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Just because you love the environment doesn't mean you can't also love throwing the hammer down. For some, though, putting the pedal to the metal can make you feel pangs of guilt—like you're cheating on Ma Nature. Fortunately, when you bolt on a Direct-Fit Flowmaster Catalytic Converter, you can stay green while still redlining your speed fiend.
Equal parts tree-huggin' hippie and road-chewin' hot rodder, every Flowmaster catalytic converter is engineered for maximum pollution control and exhaust flow. Built with oversized ceramic substrates, these cats hold huge amounts of precious metals to strip away more toxins from your tailpipes. At the same time, their fast-flowing design helps accelerate exhaust flow for uncompromised performance.
Unlike one-size-fits-some cats, Direct-Fit Flowmaster Catalytic Converters are custom designed to mount in place of your factory gear. They're built to last from a fully welded stainless steel casing and come with an integrated heat shield for maximum durability. Better still, your Flowmaster High Flow Catalytic Converter is backed by a 25,000-mile emissions warranty and a 50,000-mile/5-year casing warranty.
22 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Christopher S (Ronan, MT) Reviewed for a 1988 Toyota Pickup — Aug 04, 2014 11:07 AM
Well "my cat is purring." I am happy. Easy,simple installation.Quality welds. Good finish. My 1988 Toyota pickup with 3.0 liter V6 is doing great. This cat woke my tired exhaust up right. I could not tell from a visual inspection of my old cat if the perforated screens were clogged, but when i got the new cat on it is like a night and day difference. Oh and a very nice price too. Thanks AutoAnything.
Reviewed by Jonathan H (CUMMING, GA) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Suburban — May 14, 2014 6:57 AM
03 Suburban - Definitely need an impact wrench! Rather than trashing 2 universals, just go ahead and cut the elbow out of the way to get to the nut, could have saved tons of time if I did it earlier. Had to use LP torch and freeze spray numerous times to break last 3 nuts loose. I used a shim between crossmember and driveshaft to hold pressure off trany support. Got to remove trany support, no way around it. Runs like new. Saved $$$$, thanks Autoanything. I'll be back.