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Just to clear this up, this is not a back pressure thing. You have to understand what the o2 sensor does. It adjusts fuel to air mixture to ensure the cats are working and good fuel economy. When you delete cats or o2 sensors for that matter, you computer will know something is off and run a stock air fuel mixture. Say hello to crappy fuel mileage. It will err on the side of caution and run rich.