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OEM Catalytic Converter
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Hi all,

Can anyone point me in the right direction on where to purchase a catalytic converter for my car.

The Cat I have is an Arvin Meritor TR PSA K181 WHICH IS AN OEM PART

It will have to be shipped to Oz so a supplier that does that would be great.

Many thanks,

pitpan
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#2
Do you need it for mot equivalent? If not replace it with a straight pipe and revel in more power lol
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#3
I don't think I would get away with that in Oz dumdum, polluting the environment would be a jail term for sure, plus the car ecu would go bonkers as it is run on two O2 sensors which has something to do with the mixture
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#4
ok found out that Arvin Meritor was took over by Klarius and the Catalytic converter I require is Part Number 321524 with fitting kit part number 401807 so if anyone knows where I can purchase these then please let me know.
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#5
UPDATE

Have now bought a brand new cat converter plus mounting kit for the princely sum of au$256.00 saving myself $500.00 as the exhaust fitters in Oz a a complete rip off on euro cars like Citroen. All I have to do now is undo a few nuts and bolts and fit it.
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(11-07-2014, 11:31 AM)pitpan Wrote:  UPDATE

Have now bought a brand new cat converter plus mounting kit for the princely sum of au$256.00 saving myself $500.00 as the exhaust fitters in Oz a a complete rip off on euro cars like Citroen. All I have to do now is undo a few nuts and bolts and fit it.

Well done Just shopping around can save money ! :thumbsup:
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(11-07-2014, 06:43 AM)pitpan Wrote:  ok found out that Arvin Meritor was took over by Klarius and the Catalytic converter I require is Part Number 321524 with fitting kit part number 401807 so if anyone knows where I can purchase these then please let me know.

I get cats for free as samples from klarius as I know the sales director I fixed a pug 307 for him
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#8
I bought a React type approved cat from euro car parts online for £70 & had it shipped to Oz for £60 plus a mounting kit for £5.5

Are they hard to change as mine is a close coupled cat with a square top with 4 small bolts then there is a bolt that attaches to the engine and finally two bolts connecting it to intermediary pipe. What's the easiest way to change it
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