Direct Fit Catalytic Converter, Stainless Steel
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MagnaFlow Direct Fit Catalytic Converter, Stainless Steel

Part No. 93316 Warranty Details  

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Designed with ease of installation in mind, MagnaFlow's direct-fit converters are the perfect compliment to your OEM exhaust system. With no welding, cutting or bending required, you can easily add one of our direct-fit converters to your vehicle when it's time to replace your original catalytic converter
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A.I.R. Tube:Yes
California Legal:No
Case Material:Stainless Steel
Heat Shield Included:No
Inlet Attachment:Flanged
Inlet Diameter:2.5 in
Inlet Quantity:2
Outlet Attachment:None
Outlet Diameter:2.5 in
Outlet Quantity:1
Substrate Material:Ceramic
Type:Direct Fit Catalytic Converter


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MagnaFlowDirect Fit Catalytic Converter, Stainless Steel

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A good looking product


from Starke, Florida 32091

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  • Adds Style
  • Increases Power


  • Difficult To Install

Best Uses

  • Everyday Driving
  • Replacement
  • Restoration

Comments about MagnaFlow Direct Fit Catalytic Converter, Stainless Steel:

Difficult installation.
On the drivers side, I had to eliminate the heat riser because the new stainless flanges are so much bigger that the manifold bolts would reach through all the way without eliminating it.
Thus the finished pipe angle of the tailshaft of the converter was wrong. it pointed towards and was too close to the drive shaft. Also the interim pipe going to the muffler has been eliminated, thus creative custom installation. I had to start making pipe that changed the angle and moved the exhaust away from the drive shaft. I also had to cut about 4 inches off the converter tail shaft to achieve this. Being able to leave the heat riser on may have corrected this, but I would have had to replace the exhaust manifold on the drivers side to do that, so I would have longer bolts. I did replace the exhaust manifold on the passenger side, because it was broken.

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