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Author Subject: Custom Cat Fitting - How to join


Location: Aberdeen

Registered: 21 Aug 2009

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Post #1
I'm considering buying a used custom made catalytic converter. The CAT' Looks ok except there is no flange for the centre section which is standard [until a stainless steel option is available] to slide into.

I thought this might work

Anyone know of a flange or similar clamp available to connect the cat to the centre section?
Posted 12th Sep 2010 at 05:22

Seasoned Pro

Location: Leeds

Registered: 26 Dec 2005

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Post #2
Take it to an exhaust place and get the centre section and cat welded together. That's the easiest. Or buy a cat that fits.


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Posted 12th Sep 2010 at 05:23

Seasoned Pro

Location: Rotherham

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Post #3
Weld a piece of tube over to make a slip joint.


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Posted 12th Sep 2010 at 05:39

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Location: Ghent - Belgium

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Post #4
I've seen such clamps been used on standard golf V's, so it should be ok I think..?


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Posted 12th Sep 2010 at 16:59

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