Not many out there are looking to make a tuner out of their grocery getter, but stay with me on this one its has bang for its buck.
I recently found out that I had a bad cat on my Quest. It was going to be $1500 at the stealer to replace the cat. I found http://www.RacinglinePerformance.com instead. My brother-in-law purchased the Y pipe for his Altima a few months back and it made quite a bit of difference, but my main draw was the price. Replace 2 cats with high performance cats and eliminate one completely for under $800!
I contacted the company and they had never tested the units on a Quest before so I decided to be a first. This is not an install for the avgerage DIYer. I had a skilled mechanic helping and it still took the better part of a day, though we did do a good bit more than just the cats and Y pipe.
I purchased the cat and Ypipe kit for the MAXIMA not the Altima. Everything bolted right up. It did require a slight bend in the back heat shield to make it fit.
Cool find. Thanks for being the guinea pig. Were they on backorder when you ordered them like the site currently says?
Make sure you drive around a bit before going for an emissions test, so the one cat you now have is good and warm. I don’t like that they put 2 on there, but going to 1 may affect the test. Let us know!
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