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 Shawn M (Winston Salem, NC) Reviewed for a 2000 Volkswagen Beetle —3/7/2011 8:37 AM
Nice Product!! The bends are different from factory and is harder to install due to small spaces on VW New Beetle. Had to remove all heat sheilds on the car to get it to fit in the tunnel over the subframe and stearing rack. After its in you can reinstall the heat shields. Was worth the hassel and it runs better. I had one CEL after install while the computer adjusted. NOTE: Rembeber to disconect your battery while you work so your computer adjustes at startup.
Reviewed By michael m (DENVER, CO) Reviewed for a 1996 Dodge Ram —12/12/2017 8:47 PM
I installed this, along with a set of PaceSetter shorty headers. I love the two piece design for the collectors, because it made it so much easier to line up and install the pipes under the truck. My gripe is that PaceSetter products don't fit together that well. The flare on the collectors of the catalytic converter were too small for the outlet end of the headers, from the very same brand. I was able to flare the collectors, but shouldn't have had too since they were the same brand and sho