Daniel Paik (c...@earthlink.net)
Try Random Technology. Phone number is (770) 978-0264. Turbo
magazine used their cat on their turbo SE-R, cuz the stock one got
fried. Supposedly high flow, and you can get different sized
inlets and outlets. Don't know how much they cost though.
Robert Szczepanski (r...@juno.com)
I got a Random Technology cat. I ordered a 2" thi nking it was
smaller but it is not. The price...$175. A hell of alot cheaper
than NIssan wanted. Also, it is Stainless Steel inside and out and
THEY say it flows a lot better than stock. The gentleman on the
phone claimed 5-7 HP over the factory. I am happy with it. I
don't know of any other places that sell good high quality
converters. This is what they say in there TURBO magazine ads.
- Stainless Steel Construction
- Brushed finish
- High efficiency monolothic brick (just like stock)
- 50-State legal
- 5 year, 50K warranty
- For 2", 2.25", 2.5", 3" and 3.5". Custom inlets and outlets also available.
They did not have a direct replacement for the SE-Rs, so if you
want one, just order a 2.5 in and out and take it to your local
muffler shop to install.
Kinjeo Yeung (k...@nine.com)
You can get a Dynomax Hi-Flow cat for about $120. Another $30
bucks to have a shop to weld the flanges on. I have the Dynomax
cat. It appears to be the same as one from Random Technology.