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    Brand new Solo high flow cats for SRT

    Description: Never mounted them and changed plans,

    $450 plus shipping.

    Price (USD): $450

    Location: L.A.
    Shipping & Pickup: Can Meet / Pick Up in person, Can ship within Country
    Shipping Cost (USD): $60

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    Reduced to $500
    Adaptive Craving Control-by Hal9000 modification strictly prohibited
    FI IV.5, Solo cat backs, 180 thermo, Catch Can, DS tuner, 383 Stroker/SRT heads,headers and mids,, Tranny cooler with fan control, built tranny/flex plate/4K conv,09 Chally rear with Quaife posi. Pedders Track II, coil overs, Hodgkiss sways, BWoody links, 20" Jacks N Five with Nitto Invo's, Custom brakes by TCE. Bling by BT.
    Just a grocery getter!

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    Reduced to $450
    200 cell stainless steel spiral wound design. This design is long lasting, ultra-high flow, and completely stainless inside and out
    * Converters are far overrated for the car, at 6.0L per side. That’s 12.0L of cleaning ability
    * 3” mandrel bent stainless steel pipes
    * Includes a special design stainless steel 3/8” thick front flange
    * All pipes, O2 bungs, and welds are stainless steel.
    * For sound reasons we had to incorporate a 2 ∏” free flow resonator (further explanation below) behind the converter. With the addition of the free flow resonator we now have great sound (about 15%-20% more noise overall) and performance.
    * These converters are not CARB certified for the SRT-8, but they do pass all emissions and keep the CEL light off



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    What engine and year would they fit?

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