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Old 05-16-2014, 06:28 PM   #1
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Off-road x pipe help

Hey all, I just got a pypes off road x pipe for my 14 Gt. I have decided since it is brand new I do not want to void the warranty just yet. Instead of getting a Tune I went with a cel eliminator that I plug the o2 sensor into. Can anybody tell me if it will run ok without the tune for no cats? Some people have told me it will be perfectly fine while others have said it will run like ****. Any personal experience would be fantastic
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You are going to get a a lot of different answers on this subject. I would just get the tune gain the extra performance and have a big smile after you do the tune. I didn't plan on having a warranty when I bought mine only have 2600 miles on mine and I have steeda cai, boss intake manifold, kooks headers and o/r xpipe and roush axel backs love the way it screams at wot, oh yeah and my brenspeed 93 race tune is awesome.
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No you can't just run the mil eliminators on these cars. Do it right and get a tune or don't run the pipe.
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I was in your same position not long ago. I put an O/R x on my car with just 2k miles on the odometer. I went with the Diablosport Intune and Bama tunes. In hopes that if I ever have a problem, I can pull the tune out, and put the factory H back on to have warranty work done. Bit of hassle sure, but worth it if you blow a tranny or something serious like that.
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I was in your same position not long ago. I put an O/R x on my car with just 2k miles on the odometer. I went with the Diablosport Intune and Bama tunes. In hopes that if I ever have a problem, I can pull the tune out, and put the factory H back on to have warranty work done. Bit of hassle sure, but worth it if you blow a tranny or something serious like that.

I'm considering getting a Bama tune from American Muscle but I've
Heard a lot of mixed reviews on it. Any thoughts on yours?
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I have never had any issues with my tunes from Brenspeed and there customer service is great. Been using them for years now
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[QUOTE=Grabber Blue5.0;2012650]No you can't just run the mil eliminators on these cars. Do it right and get a tune or don't run the pipe.[/QUOTE

If I bolt up the off road x, and just completely remove the rear o2 sensors without a tune, is there really anything to worry about besides throwing a cel? I just don't want to damage my car
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No you can't just run the mil eliminators on these cars. Do it right and get a tune or don't run the pipe.[/QUOTE

If I bolt up the off road x, and just completely remove the rear o2 sensors without a tune, is there really anything to worry about besides throwing a cel? I just don't want to damage my car
You cannot just do that. Cat Over Temp must be turned off as well or the car will continue to dump fuel to cool the cats that are no longer present.
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