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Old 06-13-2010, 06:03 PM   #1
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Does anyone at all know of anyplace where I can get some o2 sensor simulator's or eliminator's or whatever there called? I have a 2003 F150 with a 5.4 and I wanna cut my back pair of converters off and i need some simulator's so i wont have a check engine light on all the time. I have no inspections or exhaust laws of any kind where i live.
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So would this Gotts mod fix saaaaay a 1999 5.4L with emissions codes and missing cats? Hypothetically speaking of course...
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I haven't done it yet.. But the guy who figured this out (Gotts)says it will work so I'd trust him since just about everyone on this forum has done the gotts intake mod and thats worked great.. and its cheap and easy.. just the way i like em
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"Gotts intake mod", you say?
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I got some o2 sims and they didn't work...just build your own for what it cost to buy a set.
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yeah this ones the intake mod and a lot of people have done this including myself and it works especially with the 5.4's but i know the 4.6's do it too so i'm sure it beneficial all around
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I like the sound of that intake mod...if only I hadnt already bought that CAI haha. Anyhow, thanks for the info either way. This O2 mod SOUNDS good, and the fact that he updated the progress was nice, I think I'll try it.
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