Reviewed By James J (ADAMS CENTER, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 Volkswagen Beetle —6/9/2016 2:33 AM
My repair shop could only find an OEM catalytic converter for $1200. The car isn't worth that much!. Yours at around $200 worked out very well#
Reviewed By Thomas L (BEAVERTON, OR) Reviewed for a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee —5/31/2016 6:13 PM
Not as sturdy (or heavy) as the OEM, and much thinner pipe walls. But it does the job nicely. Of course, I can't say yet if it will last as well, but then again I don't need it to. The OEM lasted 14 years and 226K miles with occasional off-road abuse. So if this one lasts 6 years and 100K miles it's probably enough to live out the car, and I'll be satisfied with that.
Reviewed By Jonnathan I (BRAWLEY, CA) —4/20/2016 1:04 AM
welds inside that joints the four pipes together by the collector are not very High quality, I guess they are good but I was expecting more from 300$ DC SPORTS headers. they supposed to be stainless steel but somehow I could see some rust appearance inside of them as well, plus mine came with a small dent in the collector nothing big but noticeable, I'd like to believe overall performance, looks, and durability will be ok. I got them for my daily driver b-series ek coupe.