EPA Ultra Direct Fit Converter
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Walker EPA Ultra Direct Fit Converter

Part No. 16132 Warranty Details  

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Walker® an industry leader for import and domestic applications, offers Walker® Ultra® Direct Fit Catalytic Converters designed for OBDII (1996 and newer) vehicles. They are engineered for specific vehicle emissions requirements, and feature a high load of precious metals, optimal substrate content, and a high technology washcoat to provide premium performance, and durability to comply with EPA emissions requirements.

Product Features:
  • Designed for use on OBDII (1996 and newer) vehicles
  • Flange to flange, direct fit design bolts to existing exhaust
  • High precious metal load and high technology washcoat for premium performance
  • Stainless steel body with aluminized pipe and heat shields for durability
  • Thick OE-style flanges, hangers and brackets for enhanced strength
  • OE-style routing and hanger position for easy installation
  • 25,000-mi catalytic performance & 5-year/50,000-mi structural integrity warranty
  • Meets EPA emissions requirements
  • Not legal for sale in California
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Body Type:Large Oval
Case Material:Stainless Steel
Inlet Attachment Type:2 Bolt Welded Flanges
Inlet Quantity:1
Outlet Attachment Type:2 Bolt Welded Flange
Outlet Quantity:1
Overall Length:19.125 in
Substrate Material:Ceramic

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  • Q:

    does it matter which direction its installed, both sides are all but the same, i dont any markers to show front or back, please help,. ty
    Asked on 9/11/2010 by brian from md

    2 answers



      For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle in question.

      Answered on 9/16/2010 by Mike from AAP
    • A:

      the small threaded hole where the o2 sensor screws in should be at the back, down stream.

      Answered on 8/21/2011 by rick from columbia, sc
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