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Old 02-07-2011, 07:21 PM
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I have very little knowledge(and no experience) with nitrous, but have always known dry to be much more dangerous...

On my s10 I made my own o2 trick...I bought 2 spark plug non foulers (spacers) that had the correct thread size and pitch as the o2 sensor. Drill one out a little bit so the sensor will fit in, and thread the sensor into it. Use the second one simply as a spacer and reassemble it all, it puts the o2 out of the exhaust stream. Had it like this for over 100,000 miles, with a hollow cat, no check engine light once I did this. That being said, I don't know if it'd work on other vehicles and don't know why it worked either....hmmm?
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