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Old 07-21-2005, 08:01 AM   #11
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Seems like the resonator is the way to go. Check

How about the downpipe and cat-to-muffler pipe? Will I find stainless steel parts or will this be a custom bent job?? I was also concerned about the mounting flange at the end of the stock downpipe. Is it customary to cut that off and simply weld in an aftermarket cat?
its gonna be a custom job though how i can get u a price for some stainless steel exhaust if u want
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You can probably skip the O2 spoof and just bridge the rear O2 wiring into the main O2 sensor wiring.
Interesting. I didn't know that that was possible. Any down side as opposed to using the simulator?


Yea, Mike. My truck is a 2000 F150 (V with a Gibson Supertruck exhaust. It'* has a nice deep rumble to it
I don't know how well it will work on O2 sensors, but I did that with my pickup with the knock sensors.

The 4.3 V6 had 2 knock sensors, but a 350 block only had one so I took the spare lead and spliced it into the one lead plugged into the sensor and never had a problem.

Try at your own risk, but I think it could work.
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Awww forget the exhaust...let'* run open headers!
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