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Old 09-30-2004, 11:02 PM   #1
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Default Carsound Cat part # and where to buy?

Does anyone know the Magnaflow/Carsound part # for the high flow cat that would be the appropriate application for my 1998 SSE?
Also, who sells them cheapest? I used to see them on ebay all the time, but now there is practically nothing out there, and I don't see anything that looks like it would come close to what I need/want.

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I dont know a part number, an exhaust shop should be able to get you a number to use.
If you want to buy new try justmagnaflow.com, their prices look to be pretty low.
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Ok, I checked the site out -awesome.
Does the 91006 look like it would be the proper cat? Reason I chose this without the 02 bung is becuase I'd be using a o2 simulator.

http://justmagnaflow.com/CatalyticConverters/91000.htm
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That'* my cat

If you're having the work done, they may not do it for you without the second O2. You might have to do it yourself.
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That'* my cat

If you're having the work done, they may not do it for you without the second O2. You might have to do it yourself.
I know a shop (I've known the guy personally for about 10 years) who just might do it since it would be a labor only situation, therefore no reciept, etc...
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