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Old 11-18-2012, 08:54 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by DoWorkSon View Post
There is only one o2 sensor... It would have to be more of a 2-1-2. If you had two pipes but one sensor, it might throw off your A/F ratio. You might be able to bypass the need for o2 sensors if a company can reflash the ECU to remove the need for them.

Why do you think this would be required? It's not like the stock narrow band O2 sensor delivers much accurate info, and I think the cylinder always get the same amount of fuel anyway?
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