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    Default O2 Sensor cheat for decat pipe

    How easy is it? anybody got a how to or would be able to point me in the right direction?

    Cheers peeps

    Don

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    Talk to CPL Racing or TDi North ( depending on where you are in the country. ) They supply and fit them.

    there websites are :

    http://www.tdi-north.com/

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    http://www.cplracing.co.uk/

    Hope this helps.
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    what is this o2 sensor never heard of it?

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    If you decat your car get K-pro otherwise there isn't much point is there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon82 View Post
    what is this o2 sensor never heard of it?
    Measures the oxygen levels in the exhaust gases.
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    Cmon, there has gotta someone who knows the wasy around this?


    Am I right in saying it involves earthing the sensor? That is what I have done on my previous 3 volvo T5's and also my 2 scoobs

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by DONKEY View Post
    Cmon, there has gotta someone who knows the wasy around this?


    Am I right in saying it involves earthing the sensor? That is what I have done on my previous 3 volvo T5's and also my 2 scoobs

    cheers
    What is it you want to know exactly?

    When you remove the cat on the EP3 the CEL light will be illuminated on the dash because the electronics think that your cat is broken - it's not obviously - its just the fact that it's been removed!

    To eliminate this light you would fit an o2 simulator that fools the electronics into thinking that the cat is present and working.
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    ah right! Cool thank you.................now for my next questions? Where and how much? Are they easy to fit and will it have a neg. effect on my performance?

    Cheers in advance

    Don

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    Unless your car is modded in excess of 250bhp then you won't notice the Difference. ( I certainly have not ) . It's only with boosted cars you get more performance out by doing this.


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    try pumaspeed, they sell them for the puma 1.7, there are only 2 types of lambda sensors on the market so it should fit on just the same, on there website it is called the MIL cheator

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