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Not sure if everyone knows about these but we are now offering a high flow 2.25" IN/OUT cat for the 1st gen TSX. We have these in stock and ready to ship.



XLR8 High Flow Cat - Excelerate Performance - Japanese and European Performance Specialists!!

The XLR8 high flow catalytic converter is a bolt on unit that replaces your restrictive OE unit with a high flow unit made for Excelerate by Random Technology, well know for their high flow and quality cats. It consists of a stainless steel body with 2.25" inlet/outlet, 300 cell metallic substrate, and floating flanges for ease of installation.

XLR8 Performance Exhaust products are designed for function, form and style. Each exhaust part starts with high grade stainless steel. All exhaust tubing is mandrel bent on sophisticated CNC machinery for a precise fit and uninterrupted exhaust flow. Each XLR8 high flow cat consists of a stainless steel body, 300 cell metallic substrate, and floating flanges for ease of installation. The XLR8 high flow cats are manufactured for us to our specifications by Random Technology.

Since 1993, SuperStainless catalytic converters from Random Technology have been setting the standard for high flow, high efficiency catalytic converters. Over the years, improvements in chemistry and metallurgy have enabled Random Tech to continually upgrade catalytic converter performance and durability. As a result, SuperStainess converters with either metal matrix or ceramic cores continue to be the best catalytic converters available.
 

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hey josh how much would it cost for you to install it? i from the area and to cold outside for me to do.
 

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hey josh how much would it cost for you to install it? i from the area and to cold outside for me to do.
If your bolts come off fine we'll just charge you a half hour or about $40. It just depends on how rusted the nuts/bolts are. It won't be an longer than 45 minutes but I think 30 minutes will be plenty enough time. Call me to schedule an appointment. 203-483-6100

Thanks.
 
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