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Old 08-22-2006, 08:11 PM   #11
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Cool guys thanks for all your advice, what is bung install? Because we can do this **** ourselves except for the welding. Could someone give me a small write up on that type of an install? THanks
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A bung is an 02 sensor bung or the place the 02 sensor screws into.
Your headers come with the front 02 sensor in the crossover. You may want to have that hole welded shut and put a new bung after the rear collector and crossover meet. That way your computer is reading both banks.
You also have a rear 02 that comes after the cat.
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