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Catalytic converters play a critical role in converting noxious fumes from your engine into far less harmless gases. We carry a huge selection of catalytic converters made to directly replace your stock units. A failing catalytic converter not only creates pollution, but often creates restrictions that can rob you of power. Replacing a bad converter will not only make your vehicle run more efficiently, but it will help pass smog and related emissions requirements. Choose from direct fit bolt-in converters or weld-in universal options for most major vehicle applications.View more...
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Magnaflow Direct-Fit Catalytic Converters - Federal
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Posted By Paul B (Tiverton, RI) / July 26, 2019
2007 Subaru Impreza
Flowmaster Direct-Fit Catalytic Converters (50-State Legal)
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Needed a new catalytic converter to pass smog. I knew of performance cats and wanted to go that way because I have a good header and cat-back exhaust. I shopped around and chose Flowmaster. I'm glad I did. Great fit, finish, and performance. Definitely a bump in power. Thanks. View more reviews...
Posted By Mick G (Upland, CA) / July 4, 2019
1995 Honda Civic
PaceSetter Exhaust Manifold Catalytic Converters (Federal EPA-Compliant)
On driver side everything went together fine, but on passenger side I couldn't get the pre cat sensor in until I used a burr bit to ream it out because when the half coupling was welded on it was off center by 1/8" View more reviews...
Posted By Greg J (FINLEY , TN) / April 30, 2019
2002 Suzuki XL7
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An In-depth Guide to Exhaust Systems
The Jaguar F-PACE or Mustang Shelby GT350R fires its engine up and your knees melt. The vibrations rattle around in your chest, threatening to disrupt your heart’s natural rhythm. Guaranteed, it skipped a beat. If only your car sounded that good. There’s a common phrase: “out of the overflow of the engine, the exhaust sings”. […] The post An In-depth Guide to Exhaust Systems appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.Read more