item(s) totaling $
See if this part fits a specific vehicle.
|This product doesnt fit any of your saved vehicles||Check Fit for another vehicle|
In North America, Bosal designs, develops, and manufactures original equipment exhaust systems for carmakers such as GM and Ford. Bosal supplies OE service products to many import / transplant carmakers including VW, Honda, Volvo, Subaru, and Mazda. Bosal also develops high performance exhaust for OEM port of entry and dealer programs.
Bosal pioneered the manufacture of one-piece, direct-fit replacement exhaust systems more than twenty-five years ago. Today, Bosal remains the leader in direct-fit exhaust systems for import vehicles, and has expanded their program to include direct-fit catalytic converters for both the import and domestic aftermarket. Included in the catalytic converter program is their new line of Bosal Super-Cats and our most recent addition - Bosal's line of CARB Approved Catalytic Converters.
|Case Length:||63 IN|
|Internal Construction:||Aluminized Steel|
|Muffler Height:||12 IN|
|Muffler Material:||Aluminized Steel|
|Muffler Overall Length:||63 IN|
|Muffler Width:||12 IN|
|Overall Length:||63 IN|
|Quantity per Vehicle:||ONE|
REVIEW SNAPSHOT®by PowerReviews
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
Comments about Bosal Exhaust Products:
I bought a Bosal muffler for my 1991 Toyota Previa based on the good reputation I thought Bosal products had (OEM manufacturer etc.). When I installed the muffler I found that the two bolt mounting flange on the Bosal exhaust was misaligned when welded to the pipe at the Bosal factory. I had to pull down on the left side of the muffler and stretch the rubber hanger so that the bolt holes in the Bosal exhaust flange would align with the bolt holes in the catalytic converter flange. When I finally got the muffler bolted into position, the tail pipe at the back of the muffler was not correctly aligned either. The tail pipe is supposed to point downward when the muffler is installed but the tail pipe on the Bosal exhaust pointed horizontally to the right so that the hot exhaust gasses were almost melting the plastic bumper cover. I had previously installed a W muffler on the Previa but it failed in a year and a half. I finally decided to spend the extra money and buy an OEM Toyota muffler which was much heavier duty (the original one lasted 20 years!) and fit the Previa correctly.