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Old 12-05-2013, 09:13 PM
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If you're planning to delete the cats then you can just throw the new O2 sensor into the downstream O2 plug, but if you're planning on keeping them then just have a bung welded into the header/midpipe. Any exhaust shop can do it and the last 2 I've had done cost ~$100 and an hour on the hoist.

I use the Innovative LC-1, they have an updated LC-2, and they're a solid gauge that can also output to a trinity if you want to log A/F along with any other datalogging. The AEM gauge is also a quality gauge and I know Mopac has a decent price on them if JB's doesn't beat theirs.
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