wtb catalytic converter, (socal)

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  1. fuzymealchosen1

    fuzymealchosen1 New Member

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    hey im looking for a cheap catalytic converter just so it will pass smog.

    im in southern california local pickup would be good.

    just pm me what you got.
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    FoxFire5.0 New Member

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    What car

    Are you just looking for a single cat or all four set up... I have four cats on an H-pipe...

    I also have single cat off a 4 cylinder...

    LMK im in North San Diego
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    fuzymealchosen1 New Member

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    ok cool, your like an hr away.

    i dunno man :shrug: just whatever will make it pass smog? its a v8 btw.
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    Cat

    pM Sent to you
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    I have an x pipe that has 2 cats in it, its made for LT's, but you could cut the cats out of it. I'm at Camp Pendleton, so between SD and LA.
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    fuzymealchosen1 New Member

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    im in corona btw

    i dunno what an x pipe is? sorry im a noob.

    but it has long tube headers and i think flowmaster mufflers. so i kinda wanna keep that and just weld a cat between the headers and mufflers. theres a few feet of exhaust pipe between them.
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    An x pipe is the part between the headers and the mufflers. Sounds like this is just what you need. I forgot this is an H, not an x, but it will work the same.
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    and how much you want for it?
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    Its just laying around, I'd sell it for $100.
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    ok and will that fit with the long tube headers? got any measurement of the length?
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    It is made for long tube headers, yours has a mid pipe right now, you should be able to just unbolt the 4 bolts holding it in and bolt this one in its place. It is hard to be certain though unless you know for sure you have long tube headers and a traditional style catback, not something custom. If you did have a custom setup you could just take this one to a muffler shop and they could cut out the cats and weld them into your setup.
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    ok, i pm'd you a few days ago.
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