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MagnaFlow Standard Grade Federal EPA Compliant Direct Fit Catalytic Converter 93135-BXShop All MagnaFlow Exhaust Products
MagnaFlow Exhaust Products161033
Part # 93135-BX
SKU # 161033
Price Not Available
Universal Or Specific Fit
Direct OE Replacement
Outlet Inside Diameter
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MagnaFlow Standard Grade Federal/EPA Compliant Direct-Fit Catalytic Converter 93135 helps keep the check engine light off. DIY installation is easy with the proper tools (no cutting or welding required). With features including mandrel-bent tubing to eliminate flow restrictions and stainless steel construction to resist corrosion, you can have confidence in the quality of this catalytic converter. Using state-of-the-art 3D scanning systems in the design process, the MagnaFlow metrology department ensures this new part to fit and function like the original equipment. This direct-fit catalytic converter is designed to fit the 1989-1994 Geo Metro and 1991 Chevrolet Sprint. Avoid potential exhaust leaks by using the included gaskets to get a proper seal. This replacement part is designed to meet or exceed Federal emissions requirements set forth by the EPA, complying with legal standards for pre-OBDII Federally registered vehicles.
- Stainless steel construction
- Original equipment type replacement
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