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Old 02-22-2005, 08:02 PM   #21
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This post is hilarous. Never seen so much talk over, literally, nothing.
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Old 02-23-2005, 01:56 AM   #22
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Steve you are sooooo funny.

Bill'* right if you don't have an O2 sensor after your Catalytic converter, then you don't need this special metric plug to replace the O2 sensor....or an O2 spoof to connect to the sensor connector.

The plug simply allows you to remove the O2 sensor after you have removed your Catalytic converter.......not that I would EVER recommend do such a foolish thing as remove that environmentally friendly device......cough, even for 10. free hp, cough.....

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darn.....i wish i could just ditch this one i have now.
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[quote="2000SilverBullet

The plug simply allows you to remove the O2 sensor after you have removed your Catalytic converter.......not that I would EVER recommend do such a foolish thing as remove that environmentally friendly device......cough, even for 10. free hp, cough.....

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Cough cough.......maybe 10 hp over a STOCK cat......cough cough.......2 at the most over a hi-flow unit cough cough
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Not to mention that "no Cat" smell,,,,, Peeee-Eeeewwwwwww
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No, no, no. That only works for vehicles that have an extra headlight oil reservoir.....
Wrong. That screw only works in vehicles with the oversized blinker fluid reservoir. Geez, get with it.
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