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Old 04-18-2013, 03:33 PM   #71
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What did y'all use to plug the rear O2 sensors? Im getting a tune for the CEL but need something to plug the rear holes. I've heard spark plugs fit perfectly.
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I used the stock o2's. and those sensors are a pain to take off, I had to rent a o2 socket from auto zone
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I used the stock o2's. and those sensors are a pain to take off, I had to rent a o2 socket from auto zone
I'm sure we could figure something out.
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I'm sure we could figure something out.
You can go to autozone and get 02 bungs and that will plug the hole up. Or you can just put your stock o2 sensors through it and go find someone that can clear the code
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You can go to autozone and get 02 bungs and that will plug the hole up. Or you can just put your stock o2 sensors through it and go find someone that can clear the code
I've got a BAMA tune ready to turn off the code.
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1 hour my ***! We just got done, took like 4 hours. At least we got it done. I think the problem was that we didn't have it jacked up very high.
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1 hour my ***! We just got done, took like 4 hours. At least we got it done. I think the problem was that we didn't have it jacked up very high.
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I did a before, and open header vid. We got done when it was dark so i haven't done an after vid yet. That mofo sounded amazing with no exhaust though!
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On the plus side, i didn't have to get any new bolts. They all stayed perfectly together.
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4 hours? What is it that took you so long?
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Yeah 4 hours.... I replaced my whole exhaust in 2....

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Yeah 4 hours.... I replaced my whole exhaust in 2....
Youre on a rack that makes it about a bazillion times easier
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I had about 3-4 inches above my chest when underneath the car. We were dealing with very little space

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Youre on a rack that makes it about a bazillion times easier
+1 on being a lot easier on a rack.
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Installed a new intake also and can't tell

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Installed a new intake also and can't tell
A new throttle body and plenum would change that. My JLT cai made a difference to my GT.
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Installed a new intake also and can't tell
An exhaust leak will make more of a ticking noise than a sucking noise.
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1 hour my ***! We just got done, took like 4 hours. At least we got it done. I think the problem was that we didn't have it jacked up very high.
Yeah man the first time is the exact opposite of sex, it takes forever! Durrrrrr

But once you've done it once you can swap a midpipe in no time once you know what tools and extensions you need and the best way to get it all done. I've swapped midpipes in 30 minutes before and axle backs in 15 minutes lol

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Yeah man the first time is the exact opposite of sex, it takes forever! Durrrrrr

But once you've done it once you can swap a midpipe in no time once you know what tools and extensions you need and the best way to get it all done. I've swapped midpipes in 30 minutes before and axle backs in 15 minutes lol

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We had to use all hand tools with barely any room. I figured that if we had it on a lift with power tools it would be cake.

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A new throttle body and plenum would change that. My JLT cai made a difference to my GT.
I want to get a throttle body but no plenum since its a Bullitt and comes with a special and awesome plenum. With the tune, intake and Catless exhaust it feels a lot more "peppy"
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We had to use all hand tools with barely any room. I figured that if we had it on a lift with power tools it would be cake.

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I want to get a throttle body but no plenum since its a Bullitt and comes with a special and awesome plenum. With the tune, intake and Catless exhaust it feels a lot more "peppy"
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