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Magnaflow Univ. Catalytic Converter 34005 California Carb Compliant on 2040-parts.com

US $90.00
Location:

Oceanside, California, United States

Oceanside, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Magnaflow Quantity Sold:sold individually Manufacturer Part Number:34005 SKU:MAG:34005

This is new in the package. bought it for a truck that I sold before I installed it. Save here! This is a good high quality, high flow cat.

Universal California Catalytic Converter

Universal California Catalytic Converter; 2.25 in In/Out; 12 in. Body/16 in. Overall L; W-6.5 in.; Oval; Center/Center;

FEATURES:
  • Universal
  • California CARB Compliant
  • CARB Approved Warranty
  • Stainless Steel Construction

MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust got its start as a natural extension of Car Sound Exhaust Systems, Inc., our parent company, that specializes in superior catalytic converter technology. Car Sound Exhaust Systems, Inc. has spent 25 years earning a reputation as a market leader around the world. Today, we at Car Sound/MagnaFlow are extremely proud of this and stake our 25 years of experience and reputation on each and every one of our products. Each new product we develop is personally evaluated by me and tested by our team of designers and engineers, then field tested to ensure that these products meet our stringent quality and performance standards. On May 18, 2000 Car Sound/MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust was awarded the ISO-9001 certificate. ISO-9001 is an international quality standard created by the International Organization for Standardization to define quality management and manufacturing systems. It has 20 specific design, material, and process requirements that help MagnaFlow/Car Sound ensure customer satisfaction with our products and services. ISO-9001 certified companies are re-audited every six months to ensure that quality standards are maintained. Together, we stand united in our passion to deliver the best performing, most durable and capable exhaust components in the world. As we go forward, you'll slowly start to witness a change as we segue fully into the MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust brand identity, a name that has achieved global recognition. This change will simply help people from both sides of our business understand that high quality and high performance is part of our mantra and...it's in our name.

Features a ribbed design as well as funneled inlets and outlets             

  • Equipped with stainless steel body and heat shield
  • Contains a flow efficient and monolithic honeycomb catalyst
  • Complies with California Vehicle Code Section 27156 & 38391
  • Facilitates hassle-free installation

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