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

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These days, the DIY or do-it-yourself crowd is all about creating custom work and one-off exhausts are no exception. Whether you're working on a classic car, race car or just your daily driver, a MagnaFlow universal converter should be the standard building block for your custom exhaust. Since these items are universal, some modifications may be involved such as cutting or welding.
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A.I.R. Tube:No
Case Material:Stainless Steel
Heat Shield Included:No
Inlet Quantity:1
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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Fit my 2002 Odyssey


from Cincinnati

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Comments about MagnaFlow Direct Fit Catalytic Converter, Stainless Steel:

The new converter solved my problem. I'm quite certain the reason others reported a problem with holes not lining up is that the muffler system, to the rear, may be slightly offset in the way it hangs. Initially I tried using #8 7/16" bolts which fit the converter holes well. But, only one of the holes would line up so that I could fit the bolt through. The other bolts were offset and would not go through the tailpipe flange. I decided to try smaller 3/8" diameter bolts instead (which had a bit of slop when fitting through the holes). With the smaller bolt size, there was enough "wiggle room" such that I was able to get all three bolts through both the converter and the tailpipe flange. I used metal lock nuts. Everything lined up and closed up perfectly. I disconnected the battery to delete the error code, reconnected it and got no error codes. Back in business.

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