what is a good replacement catalytic converter for a 1996 acura integra special edition? I am looking to keep it at a lower price, nothing over 160.

96acuraa
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Asked by 96acuraa Dec 18, 2012 at 10:34 AM about the 1996 Acura Integra Special Edition Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am not able to pass my emissions test and they are sayingit has something to do with the catalytic converter. I am not looking to spend alot of money on the part as I know the labour will cost me aswell. I wouldlike to stay under $160 for the part. How difficult is it to install this piece and roughly how long does it take? And is this something you can do yourself?

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Stephen Moran
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Email DotComParts at: Sales@dotcomparts.com Tell them you saw this ebay listing linked below for Magnaflow #22629, and you are looking for the lowest offered price, as mentioned on ebay. They will send you a response with a price that will be in your range. This catalytic converter is a direct fit for your car, will pass emissions, and can be installed by yourself. I've used DotComParts on a number of occasions, and they always come through with the best price. Please note that this item is not California state legal, and the one that is costs about $450. If you need that one, you will have to find it elsewhere. Best of luck to you. Here is the link to the ebay listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Magnaflow-22629-Direct-Fit-Bolt-On- Catalytic-Converter-49-State-OBDII-/300755574549? pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item46066ddf1 5&vxp=mtr

Robert Mitchell
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honestly seems like most muffler shops should be able to do this for about $120, stock cats are the best despite what high flow cats may advertise, especially if you're just trying to pass smog.

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