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Re: Emmissions help (archive)

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Posted by Crazytrain on January 05, 2000 at 00:10:27:

In Reply to: Re: Emmissions help posted by Eric on January 03, 2000 at 17:54:26:

Joel had asked about hooking up a switch to the O2 sensor, so that he could turn it on and off from inside the cockpit, so I was just saying that I disconected mine completly. With it disconected the car has slightly better throttle responce. Plus since I don't have a Cat I don't need an O2 sensor, although it is definatly something I would leave hooked up for the smog test. Every little thing helps to get that high four second 0-60 time. :)


: : Thanks for the response. What was the story w/ the o2 sensor you were talking about?
: : : Recently replaced the old Cat setup on my car w/ supersprint euro resonator set up. I passed the Connecticut Equipment Inspection portion of the test but did not pass the old sniff test.

: : : Any help on the subject for mixture tuning etc is needed.

: : : Can I rent a cat set up from somebody maybe? I really do not want to go buy cats now!

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