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Factory Spec: 5.7-liter HEMI® V8 engine - 390 horsepower, 407 lb-ft of torque.


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Old 07-19-2013, 09:01 PM
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Sorry to hear about your hard time with install. Mine was easy as cutting the old stuff out bolting the new stuff in.
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I hear ya. Anybody in the south jersey area wanna install a set of shorty bbk headers for $300?
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Update. I found a guy down the street that will install for $200. That is much better than the muffler shop that wanted $500. I just have to wait till sunday.
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Update. I found a guy down the street that will install for $200. That is much better than the muffler shop that wanted $500. I just have to wait till sunday.
$200 is damn good. Id wait an entire week to pay that
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That's what was claimed. But in actuality it is not the case
Documentation to prove it was not the case

That's right , I got the scoop from Whitelighting on the phone. Explained it to me and It made sense
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Yea, he will be getting a T1000 and those codes can easily be ridden of by WhiteLightning.
WhiteLightning has already done that for a few we passed over his way.
Just an update on this.....

yes, rear o2's can be turned off.

front o2's can be turned off too, but should not be done. the front o2's supply the PCM with crucial info to make the motor run right.

typical o2 codes from LT headers are:
P0133 1/1 o2 slow response (this is a front o2 code)
P0153 2/1 o2 slow response (this is a front o2 code)

P0139 1/2 o2 slow response (this is a rear o2 code)
P0159 2/2 o2 slow response (this is a rear o2 code)

all 4 codes above can be turned off in the WL tune.

there are also "Exhaust Transport Delay" that can be adjusted for ST or LT headers by increasing the #'s in the tables to tell the PCM that the o2's are further downstream.

increasing "Exhaust Transport Delay" usually stops the codes.

This is the response I got from Dave aka Whitelightning and like I said, we have done a few already with Dave and he has eliminated this codes by simply adjusting the #'s

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Or needs tunes done after LT headers are installed.
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