Vibrant High Flow Catalytic Converter

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Model Number: 601935

Vibrant Metal Core Catalytic Converters are superior to traditional ceramic core converters in many ways:

- Designed to be smaller than most universal catalytic converters for easier installation in exhaust tunnels, and tight spaces.

- Metal Monolith is much more resistant to the effects of vibration than traditional ceramic bricks.

- Capable of withstanding higher operating temperatures than typical catalytic converters.

- 300 cell per Sq. Inch catalyst flows at 578 CFM, up to 40% better than a typical ceramic core converter.

  • 100% Stainless Steel construction
  • Diameter is 4 inches
  • Length is 8 inches
  • Suitable for use on engines up to 5.0L
  • Anonymous
    I am seriously considering this as a replacement piece in my Neon, but I need to know beforehand if it will be effective enough to NOT throw a code with a stock computer.
    1 Answer
    • Modern Performance

      We've used these in a lot of vehicles and our MPx downpipes with no problems. You'd have no issue with your Neon.
  • Alex
    Wher does the oxygen sensor go ?,since the caliber has one in the middle of the stock catalytic converter.
    1 Answer
    • Modern Performance

      This is a universal catalytic convertor and if you want to use this, you'll need to cut whatever piping you have in your downpipe and weld this in place. Then, your downstream oxygen sensor will need to be put AFTER the catalytic convertor to monitor the exhaust gases after the convertor.
  • Carlos
    Is the catalytic converter C.A.R.B. legal?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      This is NOT approved for use in California. Its good in every other state of the USA though.
  • david
    Is this replacement 50 State Legal?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      These are not valid for use in the state of California. We cannot accurately promise you'll be fine in all other states, however our experience has been that you'll be fine in other emissions testing states. Vibrant has a catalytic convertor that is 50 state legal however they are 4-5 times more expensive than this one.
  • Scott Smith
    Hi, what is the max power this cat can handle? I'm running a big turbo setup ported Head shooting for 500+ whp.
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      This cat is rated for a little less than 500 hp. You could still use it Im sure, but, here is the problem: cars making big power levels like this, are frequently running very rich, and or using two step launch/no lift shift controls, and those two things will destroy a cat. So, most guys that are using this catalytic converter are typically in the 200-400hp range. You can still use this if you have more power and are not running super rich/running the two step/no lift shift devices.