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      01-27-2013, 05:23 AM   #1
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      01-27-2013, 12:40 PM   #2
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      01-27-2013, 02:48 PM   #3
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may be interested, but is there any reason somebody couldnt use the euro spec version? Are the secondary sensors needed for some reason?
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may be interested, but is there any reason somebody couldnt use the euro spec version? Are the secondary sensors needed for some reason?
A cel light will pop up on your dashboard with a "increased O2 emissions" notification on your nav screen. A race tune such as ess, evolve, etc can delete the cel lights. But as far as performance goes, I never had any problems with the xpipe. You don't need secondary O2 sensors because the xpipe only has high flow cats.
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Kickin deal but I as I recall you cant unplug the secondary sensors even with a tune. The tune tells it to ignore the emissions light but they still have to be plugged in.
I am tempted but I would like to hear from a tuner first. If I recall Mike Benvo made the above statement, maybe he can chime in.
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Kickin deal but I as I recall you cant unplug the secondary sensors even with a tune. The tune tells it to ignore the emissions light but they still have to be plugged in.
I am tempted but I would like to hear from a tuner first. If I recall Mike Benvo made the above statement, maybe he can chime in.
agreed. I am very interested in buying to add this to my e92 akra slip on, but would like to know a little more about the euro spec xpipe and how its different or what changes would need to be made compared to the US spec.
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