Don't blow it out of your ass, blow it out of your pipes!
All vehicles sold in the United States have a unique drive-train identifier called the "Test Group" or "Engine Family" Number.
To determine the correct catalytic converter part number for your vehicle, you will need its make, model, model year, engine size, and test group/engine family number.
A catalytic converter is a device that uses a catalyst to convert three harmful compounds in car exhaust into harmless compounds.
It refers to the exhaust components that run from the rear outlet of the catalytic converter all the way back to the exhaust tip.
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Summit Racing tech advisor Carl Pritts covers the differences between H-pipes and X-pipes and their effect on exhaust scavenging and performance.