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Magnaflow catalytic converters on a Mk1 996.


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This what Magnaflow's website comes up with. Even though it states for 2002 plus models only, there is no difference (at least on the outside of the cats) between Mk1 and 2.

My idea is to get these and go to a muffler shop and have them fitted. Probably better to use flanges instead of "hard welding".

Anyone has done this before? Motivation is mainly monetary, as the aftermarket cats are significantly cheaper than OEM or Fabspeed.

Joost

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PORSCHE 911

49-State (USA) & Canada Catalog

Application Search Results.

(The 49-State (USA) & Canada catalog application search applies to all states other then California.)

NOTE: D/S= Driver Side | P/S= Passenger Side

Year Description Product Type Standard/HM Part# OEM Grade Part#

2002 6 3.6L; D/S; Carrera 4 DIRECT FIT CATALYTIC CONVERTER 24750 49933

2002 6 3.6L; P/S; Carrera 4 DIRECT FIT CATALYTIC CONVERTER 24751 49934

Please Note (Per Federal Standards): If you're in California and you have a California Registered vehicle you must search our California Catalog. If your vehicle is registered outside of California please search our 49-State (USA) & Canada Catalog.

Some converter applications may require the re-use or replacement of OEM gaskets.

NOTE: D/S= Driver Side | P/S= Passenger Side

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