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Old 11-20-2010, 03:33 PM   #1
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Looking for an oem or even a replacement catalytic converter that will bolt up to a stock 1993 Miata exhaust without any modifications. Cheaper the better.
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Old 11-22-2010, 04:05 PM   #2
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Scrap value alone on an OEM cat is $100ish, sometimes as high as $150.
I never give mine away for less then scrap.
If you need 'cheap' maybe an aftermarket cheapie would be the key.
They tend not to last very long however, if you must pass emissions.
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Just would like to quiet the car down and make it possible to pass emissions in the future. I've always had a hard time giving old oem cats away, much less charging people for them. I'm sure I'll find one locally for cheap.
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Just would like to quiet the car down and make it possible to pass emissions in the future. I've always had a hard time giving old oem cats away, much less charging people for them. I'm sure I'll find one locally for cheap.

If Jeff (Turboroach) left his OEM cat at my place, and he doesn't mind, you're welcome to it.

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i have a 90 one, dont know if it could help,i know one of the flanges is fubar, but i just removed one from my NA.

shipping will be something, but i can sell it for cheap/trade it for some parts
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If Jeff (Turboroach) left his OEM cat at my place, and he doesn't mind, you're welcome to it.
Just talked with him and he's cool with that. Thanks.
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