Pontiac Firebird 1984, Standard Catalytic Converter by Eastern®. Emissions: EPA compliant. Converter Configuration: Universal Fit. Position: Undercar. Catalytic Converter Body Shape: Oval. Without O2 Sensor Ports. Catalytic Inlet Diameter: 2.3". Catalytic Outlet Diameter: 2.3". Catalytic Converter Overall Length: 14". Whether your catalytic converter is damaged by road debris or failed due to an engine problem, you definitely need a new one, and this product is the way to go. Made of stainless steel, the catalytic converter is designed to reduce dangerous exhaust gases, converting harmful emissions into less hazardous ones.
Notes: To ensure precise fit, please check catalytic converter shape, length and inlet diameter: the latter should match your exhaust pipe diameter.
Fitment notes: This part is Federal (EPA) compliant.
|Emissions: EPA compliant|
|Catalytic Series: Standard|
|Converter Configuration: Universal Fit|
|Converter Body Material: Stainless Steel|
|Catalytic Converter Substrate Material: Ceramic|
|Catalytic Converter Body Shape: Oval|
|Inlet Type: Non-Flanged|
|Outlet Type: Non-Flanged|
|Inlet Quantity: 1|
|Outlet Quantity: 1|
|Catalytic Inlet Diameter: 2.3"|
|Catalytic Outlet Diameter: 2.3"|
|Catalytic Converter Body Height: 4.25"|
|Catalytic Converter Width: 6"|
|Catalytic Converter Body Length: 10"|
|Catalytic Converter Overall Length: 14"|
|O2 Sensor Port: No|
|Inlet Mounting Hardware Included: No|
|Outlet Mounting Hardware Included: No|
|Inlet Gasket Included: No|
|Outlet Gasket Included: No|
|Grade Type: Regular|
- Universal fit
- Converts harmful engine emissions to less dangerous gases and water vapor
- Advanced design for maximum engine output
- Proprietary NANO technology chemistry for maximum efficiency
- Converter body manufactured from 409 stainless steel; heat shields from aluminized steel
- Includes sensor bungs where applicable
- Non-directional; can be installed either way
- May require modifications for installation
- Professional installation recommended
- Made in the USA
There are millions of vehicles on the roads, and each one is a source of air pollution. The amount of pollution that all vehicles produce together can create big problems, especially in large cities. To solve these problems, automakers constantly refined engine control systems, and one of these refinements is installing a catalytic converter in each vehicle. The purpose of this part is to convert harmful pollutants such as Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Oxide, and volatile organic compounds into less harmful emissions, including water vapor and Carbon Dioxide, before they leave the exhaust system.
If you are searching for a quality catalytic converter for your vehicle, the Eastern Universal Fit Catalytic Converter is a great solution. The company offers universal converters for a wide range of vehicles, including SUVs, trucks, vans, sports cars, both foreign and domestic. Designed using advanced materials and the Eastern proprietary NANO technology chemistry, the product provides better converter efficiency and maximum engine output. NANO technology ensures that the catalyst material is more uniformly distributed throughout the substrate. This results in increased catalyst exposure to exhaust gases with more complete catalytic conversions for reduced exhaust emissions. It is available in various inlet and outlet sizes and with and without air tubes and O2 sensor bungs. Most converters include full top and bottom heat shields. This universal fit catalytic converter is street legal in 49 states, except California.
Founded in 1976, Eastern Catalytic® has always been focused on a single mission: to provide car owners with the widest range of top catalytic converters and related emission control products, both OEM and aftermarket. Headquartered in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, the company also has facilities in England, Canada, and Mexico. Eastern Catalytic offers its customers various converter lines such as universal, direct-fit, diesel, manifold, CARB, and high-performance that cover over 46,000 applications. What is more, the company is a proud member of numerous industry associations, including MECA, AAIA, and SEMA.