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MagnaFlow California CARB Compliant Universal Catalytic Converter 2.25in 337305Shop All MagnaFlow Exhaust Products
MagnaFlow Exhaust Products273693
Part # 337305
SKU # 273693
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Keep the check engine light off with MagnaFlow California Grade CARB Compliant Universal Catalytic Converter 337305. The Universal design allows the part to fit a wide array of vehicles (cutting and welding required), and the stainless steel construction of this spun body catalytic converter is highly resistant to corrosion. The single laser fusion weld of the spun body greatly reduces the possibility of a leak, and our compact, low-mass design also allows for greater thermal efficiency. This replacement part is designed to meet or exceed California Air Resource Board requirements, and has undergone additional testing to comply with CARB guidelines to allow for legal use in California and CARB restricted states, for the listed vehicles.
- Seam welded close to the converter body for a strong, tight bond
- California emissions compliant design
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Stainless steel construction
- Formulated for gas and diesel applications
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