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Old 01-27-2013, 03:47 PM   #18
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I'll keep that in mind. Thanks guys.

Axis I plan on finding a lift to use. As for the 2in instead of the 1 7/8 , I just figured why not go bigger if it's the same price. Plus I wouldn't mind some forced induction later on.

I plan on getting it tuned, so I wouldn't have to worry about a CEL would I?

I will go and check on the DIYs, I saw a video on installing ARH headers, and it seemed pretty straight forward. So I'm not really worried.
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:53 PM   #19
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I'll keep that in mind. Thanks guys.

Axis I plan on finding a lift to use. As for the 2in instead of the 1 7/8 , I just figured why not go bigger if it's the same price. Plus I wouldn't mind some forced induction later on.

I plan on getting it tuned, so I wouldn't have to worry about a CEL would I?

I will go and check on the DIYs, I saw a video on installing ARH headers, and it seemed pretty straight forward. So I'm not really worried.
I thought about 2in but after seeing how close the fitment is, every millimeter counts. There are several people running 2in primaries and I haven't heard of them having to dimple them for fitment.

A mail order or dyno tune will turn the rear O2 sensors off. None of the handheld canned tunes will turn them off though.

Two people and a lift makes this a quick and easy job. Just make sure you heat up the area around the O2 sensors before you try to get them out. Spraying them with some PB blaster or the like will help as well. Some have them come out with ease while others have mangled them beyond use. Mine were more on the mangled side but I did salvage enough threads to reuse them. The key is to NOT force them. If you hit a tight spot when loosening them, spray them down then retighten. Repeat that process till they come out.
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