Stainless Steel MILLERCAT 2003-2011 Honda Element Cat Shield™
Stainless Steel MILLERCAT 2003-2011 Honda Element Cat Shield™
Stainless Steel MILLERCAT 2003-2011 Honda Element Cat Shield™
Stainless Steel MILLERCAT 2003-2011 Honda Element Cat Shield™
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Stainless Steel MILLERCAT 2003-2011 Honda Element Cat Shield™

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The Honda Element Cat Shield™ is the most advanced, comprehensive, and convenient protection device for your Honda Element. Completely made from 304 stainless steel, it is a two piece design that allows maximum protection from thieves and allows the heat from the converter to escape and not trap it inside a shield. The shield is secured with tamper-proof screws, which allows the shield to be removed for maintenance but secure from thieves.

Fits all 2003-2011 Honda Elements with an OEM converter. *At this time the shields do not fit with side steps unless the extended bracket is removed. Comes with front and rear shields, installation hardware, tamper-proof screw kit, Cat Shield Protected sticker, and detailed installation guide.

For more info on the design process and benefits

REQUIRED TOOLS FOR INSTALLATION. Rivet Nut Tool with M6 Mandrel (M8 Mandrel for 2WD models), 1/4" bit driver, 10mm and 12 mm socket, drill, and 25/64 drill bit (no pilot bit). Installation Guide

*Professional installation recommended. 

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Customer Reviews

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Amanda W
Looks pretty good

While I know nothing is completely theft proof, I do think this will be quite a deterrent. If nothing else, it’s going to slow them down considerably and give me enough time to do what I need to do *wink wink. The car is just a little bit louder now, sort of like a reverb or echo under the car, but nothing I can’t live with.

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Claire M
Noisy but effective

On one hand, I don’t think anyone’s gonna be messing with our cat converter again any time soon. The shield is powerful and (so far) effective. However, it is LOUD. Especially at low speeds and stoplights. I do not believe that is due to incorrect installation. The auto shop (a MillerCat installer who does this frequently) says there is a piece on the shield that needs to be trimmed or it will cause rattling, and he can’t trim it without a plasma saw. He is ordering a plasma saw soon, so hopefully he’ll be able to get rid of the rattle. If it were quieter, it would be five stars.

Hi Claire, thank you for your comment. Before you start cutting, we highly highly recommend replacing the exhaust hanger on your converter. It usually fixes any rattling issue. As long as you have the original converter, replacing the exhaust hanger will fix any noise. The reason is that over time that rubber hanger looses its structural integrity and allows the exhaust system to excessively sway. If the new hanger does not solve the issue, please let us know!

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Patrick Monahan

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Shane
Great Security Shield

My mechanic said it was the best design he's seen yet.👍 It rattles a bit sometimes but I need some mounts replaced so isn't the shield. My Cat is intact so...so far so good!🤞

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KA Graves
Fingers Crossed!!!

I had my MillerCat installed by the Honda dealership after my catalytic converter was stolen by thieves last month. It looks great and like it might be a deterrent, I hear a lot of mixed thoughts on this topic, catalytic converter theft is very hot in my area right now so only time will tell. There is a distinct deep rattle in the low gears and when under load as when going up hills. This is in spite of purchasing the correct Millercat for my Honda element and having it professionally installed.