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Multi 1200S + MIVV Mid pipe

I have a mid pipe comming from PJ. It appears you do not hook the O2 sensors back up to the pipe. How does this impact the fueling with no ECU change. Any information or direction to links will help as my search has come up empty.

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I would think that you'll get an error if you don't connect the O2 sensors without an ECU update. They're a monitored part of the overall engine system and, if they fail with the stock exhaust, you get an error. Also, with no feedback from the O2 sensors, the ECU would revert to a base map for the fuel injection. I would for sure check this out before I went to the trouble of replacing the mid pipe.
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I am not 100% positive, but I am pretty sure the O2 sensor remains.

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I am not 100% positive, but I am pretty sure the O2 sensor remains.

That would make more sense. I would think that MIVV has that figured out.
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I have a mid pipe comming from PJ. It appears you do not hook the O2 sensors back up to the pipe. How does this impact the fueling with no ECU change. Any information or direction to links will help as my search has come up empty.
The 02 sensors stay on the standard part of the header pipe which stays attached on the cylinder.
The Mivv pipe only attaches to the standard headers approx 200mm/7" down from the engine.
You have nothing to worry about.
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The 02 sensors stay on the standard part of the header pipe which stays attached on the cylinder.
The Mivv pipe only attaches to the standard headers approx 200mm/7" down from the engine.
You have nothing to worry about.
Hey Peter. Do you have yours installed?
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So maybe the pjs midpipe ( cat delete ) and the Ducati carbon can would be a nice option ?

I will probly ceramic coat all pipes black, maybe a race ecu would also be a option, plug the O2 sensors

I dont like the termi TI can...

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So maybe the pjs midpipe ( cat delete ) and the Ducati carbon can would be a nice option ?

I will probly ceramic coat all pipes black, maybe a race ecu would also be a option, plug the O2 sensors

I dont like the termi TI can...

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You're most likely going to want something with a db killer. MIVV makes some really nice looking cans that will bolt onto the MIVV decat. There is a user on this forum working on a db killer for the stock cans as well.

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Wink thanx

Hey thanx for the post / upload

That's not loud , perfect


Everything is quiet compared to my D16RR


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Hey thanx for the post / upload

That's not loud , perfect


Everything is quiet compared to my D16RR


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Well, it is all relative.
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