Customer Notification and Disclaimer of Liability.
1.Constructed to meet your vehicle’s specific emissions requirements
2.Body and pipe heat shields made of high quality materials for durability
3.Expandable bushings for custom installation needs
4.May require modifications to install
5.Professional installation is recommended
6.Designed to meet EPA regulations
Body material: Stainless Steel
Product fit: Direct Fit
Oxygen sensor ports: No
Placement on Vehicle: Front Left Right Rear Upper Lower
Type: Catalytic Converter
Outlet Diameter: 2.5"
Inlet Diameter: 2.5"
Interchange Part Number: 16547, 16548, 16574
For Buick Enclave 3.6L 6 Cylinder 2008-2017
For Chevrolet Traverse 3.6L 6 Cylinder 2009-2017
For GMC Acadia 3.6L 6 Cylinder 2007-2017
For Saturn Outlook 3.6L 6 Cylinder 2007-2010
1 Set of Catalytic Converter With Gasket And Hardware
(Just like the picture,Professional installation required)
Free Quick Shipping to USA.
Estimated Time of Arrival: within 3-8 working days.
This is a race-only product. It is not legal for sale or use on pollution controlled vehicles that are driven on public streets, roads, or highways. Buyer's use or installation of this product for itself or for Buyer's customer is at Buyer's own risk. The Buyer is responsible for obeying federal, state, and local laws. Only Buyer can determine end customer's use and thus assumes any and all liability hereby waiving any and all claims against JCarPart in the sale of this product to the maximum extent permissible by law. Make sure to abide by all local, state, and federal laws, including emissions, vehicle safety, and traffic laws. It is Buyer's responsibility to know what those laws are and how they apply to Buyer or Buyer's customer. This product is designed and intended solely for legally-organized and sanctioned, closed-course, off-road competition use and is not for use on public streets, roads, or highways. This Product is capable of disabling the emissions system on some vehicles. Use on public streets, roads, or highways is a violation of federal and certain state (including California) and local environmental laws.