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Anyone have a how to on removing the stock exhaust? I think it's the o2 sensor that connects to the stock pipes? Anything I have to do before I unscrew it? Sorry if I sound like a noob. But I am


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Anyone have a how to on removing the stock exhaust? I think it's the o2 sensor that connects to the stock pipes? Anything I have to do before I unscrew it? Sorry if I sound like a noob. But I am


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Unplug it first :) And don't break it...they're really expensive.

Good luck!

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So just unplug from the wiring harness under the seat and I should be good? That's what I thought. But I didn't wanna break anything


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So just unplug from the wiring harness under the seat and I should be good? That's what I thought. But I didn't wanna break anything


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Yes, unplug away :) BTW, are you going to be reinstalling it on your new exhaust? Or, are you upgrading your ECU to race spec which deletes the o2 sensors?

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The intake is a factor, but the exhaust and ECU are everything. If you bought the whole WASP PUK package then it comes with a PCIII with a map to tune the AF ratio appropriately. If that's the case, you don't need the o2 sensors because the PCIII works around them. You will have to remove them and plug the sensor holes.

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