I was told to replace the cat because the check engine light was on, bought the magnaflow, it’s not the cheapest one but is stainless steel so should not rust like the one I had, fit was good but had to do some piping work
I have these front and rear stabilizer bars from Nolathane On my 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX for about six months now they really tightened up that front end and the body roll is much don’t feel it moving right and left anymore. In the turns I would recommend highly company makes whiteline also in the same factory. So check them out
This is a poor design for a CAI. You can not take the filter out to clean it without taking it all apart, no top cover to remove. The instruction are very vague on how to install the item and clear plastic Injen logo was missing one lock tap
But on the flip side, it is very well made.
I was looking for a lowering kit at a good price for my 1997 Honda Civic…this is one of the best kits for sale I’ve found, it is of high quality and easy to install, I’m running with 2-inch drop with stock shocks, the ride is much better now
This is not magnaflow or borla, but it is worth what it costs, the metal is thick and the muffler itself provides some power boost you can hear and feel, I think it’s hard to find something better for this price
I’m a DIYer who broke the rusted bolt when trying to take off the old cat, fortunately, it was the only problem I faced, the cat is direct fit and high quality, came with a gasket, you may also need an anti-seize lubricant and new downstream sensor, the old is really hard to remove without breaking
a good quality converter with a direct fit, not sure if it adds power but the sound is better now but maybe because I replaced the muffler as well, no problems during installation… the latter was a headache when installing the previous converter