Cat Converter

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Hi Guys,
Prob a dumb question, but are there any aftermarket high flow cats that bolt on? Or are there some standard specs that an exhaust shop can make them up to? Or is the only option to send the leggy into the workshop?
Cheers,
Marc
 

naughtika

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Brisbane, QLD
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Christian
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'96 Galant VR4, '17 MB A180, '25 Macan GTS
I dont think there are true bolt on Cat converters out there.. usually what you get is a piece of cat converter with 2 pieces of metal tubes welded on both ends.. then it is up to you (in most cases the installer)on how you wanna install it since its pretty easy to do..
 

Bennoz

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NSW
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Ben
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Mitsubishi FTO
Make yourself a 'track day' cat!

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OK thanks guys will need to get it off to an exhaust shop then... Cheers
 

BuzzPuppy

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Victoria
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Gavin
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レグナム Super VR-4
That sounds about right (ceramic catalytic converter, 400 cells per inch (cpi)). Marked difference going to my metallic 200 cpi metal cat when I upgraded to a Fujitsubo Legalis R 3" system
 
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