High flow cats are seldom designed for any peticular make and model. They are usualy generic parts that vary basicly by the size of the exhaust piping that they will fit. Summit Racing would be my first place to look. If you don't have any luck there go to carparts.com and search generic parts.
just to point out there are no TRUE hi flow cats, some cheapo companies half the amount of lining, Random tech ( not our random ) uses the correct amount of lining but makes the cat diameter larger and more spacing to let air flow better. when getting a after market cat look into the pipes and make sure you can shine a flash light thru it , that it's got no trace of carbon in it and that you can not see thru it with out a flash lingt, check to see the neck size is the actuall pipe size you need ( not a 2" pipe with 2.5" adaptor )
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My parents, and alot of other people said that St. Marys is the only county with no emisson's inspection... you only have to get your car inspected if you are selling it to someone. My parents have never taken any cars to get inspected.
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