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Old 08-15-2007, 03:00 PM   #1
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its for my 95 se. its the cheapest i can find and i already bought one from this same site for my 88sse about a year ago and it still works like new..

and it seems like something i can do myself as it states its a direct fit (no cutting , no welding or bending required)
check the link the part # of the one im talking about is #M6623223 and its $94.91 exactly...

http://rep.racepages.com/parts/racep...howdc=true#top
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No. Look here -

http://www.performancepeddler.com/SC...EVILLE&sCtrl=Y

THEN add it to the cart, comes to 69.xx plus shipping.
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You'd have to cut behind the cat.

Cutting is easy if you have a SAWZZZZALLLL
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You'd have to cut behind the cat.

Cutting is easy if you have a SAWZZZZALLLL
i have a sawzall... you mean i would have to cut my old one to get it off correct.?

and would i have to weld the one on that he recomended in the last post.. also it dont say if it comes with the pipe that connects to the engine like the one i found does...
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Lmao Catco is lliterally 3 blocks away from my work, AND I know the owner of it

You can find one cheaper my friend. Your better off with the one William said.
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The magnaflow doesn't come with the downpipe connection and would have to be welded.
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Is this the one you are talking about:

Vehicle: 1992 1995 Pontiac Bonneville
Brand: Magnaflow Catalytic Converter
Fits Engine Chassis:
3.8L, V6 Supercharged, Gas, MFI, VIN "1", L67 SSE
3.8L, V6, Gas, MFI, VIN "K", L36 SE
Part #: M6623223
Description: CATALYTIC CONVERTER, DIRECT FIT -- No Welding, Cutting Or Bending Required, Catalytic Converter
Price: $94.91

If so, it seems like it should work. If it does, let me know as I'll be needing a new one and would rather a direct fit.
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yes thats the exact one i was talking about......and yes i think i will by the one that i found because its a direct fit and there is no welding so i dont have to pay anybody to do it for me....which means parts and labor would be less then $100 total.. thats great...
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