2006 Subaru WRX Catalytics

    • Bosal® - Central Catalytic Converter
      Subaru WRX STI 2006, Central Catalytic Converter by Bosal®. If you’re in need of a replacement catalytic converter, you can’t do better than Bosal. They’re a leading supplier to vehicle manufacturers and use advanced manufacturing...
      Our price: $275.92$275.92
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    • Eastern® - Universal Fit Front Catalytic Converter
      Subaru WRX / WRX Limited / WRX STI / WRX TR With California Emissions 2006, Universal Fit Front Undercar Catalytic Converter by Eastern Catalytic®. 12" Overall Length. ECO II. 2.25" ID. 2.25" OD. Without Air Tube. Whether your catalytic converter...
      Our price: $46.96$46.96
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    • Eastern® - Direct Fit Catalytic Converter
      Subaru WRX 2006, Direct Fit Catalytic Converter by Eastern Catalytic®. If you need to replace your failed or damaged catalytic converter, this product is the right choice. Designed specifically for your vehicle, this catalytic converter is a...
      Our price: $175.68 - $236.02$175.68
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    • Victor Reinz® - Catalytic Converter Gasket
      Subaru WRX STI 2006, Catalytic Converter Gasket by Victor Reinz®, Use 1 per Car. Center. OEM Standard. Material: Multi-Layered Steel. When you’re low on oil, coolant or some other fluid, you may be tempted to just run down to the local auto...
      Our price: $19.47$19.47
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    • Eastern® - Universal Catalytic Converter
      Universal Catalytic Converter by Eastern Catalytic®. Keep your exhaust emissions within specifications and your vehicle running in top condition with this quality product. Made of stainless steel, the catalytic converter is designed to reduce...
      Our price: $32.30 - $345.51$32.30
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    • Weapon-R® - CEL Eliminator
      Universal CEL Eliminator by Weapon-R®. Get rid of that annoying CEL (Check Engine Light) without affecting your car’s performance.
      Our price: $45.00$45.00
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    Customer Reviews
    2009 Subaru WRX
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    "Installing it wasn't too bad, the instructions could use better pictures, but the problem was the clamps. It took forever to get the clamps in just the right spot - even with the right torque on the bolt - to not leak exhaust at the clamp. One of them still leaks a little, so I'm going to fix it with some muffler cement. Other than that issue, the exhaust sounds orgasmic to my ears, I love it. "