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Berk Technology 370Z/G37 High Flow Catalytic Converters

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Berk Technology 370Z/G37 High Flow Catalytic Converters

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THIS PART IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

Metallic substrate spun catalytic converters, OBDII & 49 state compliant. Full stainless steel construction. Metallic substrate offers higher flow and lighter weight. Uses advanced spiral wound ultra thin foil. Includes our custom made soft crush graphite collector gaskets for a leak free seal. These are made specifically for the new HR motor by BERK. Made with pride in the USA. As of January 1st, 2009, performance high flow cats are intended for off-road use only in the state of California.

Fits VQ35HR & VQ37HR Motors:

2009-up 370Z
2007-2008 350Z
2008-up G37 Coupe
2007-up G35 Sedan

For VQ35DE applications use BT1401-HFC-MET.

Additional information

Weight 16 lbs
Dimensions 24 x 12 x 8 in

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