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Question MIL/Casper O2 Simulator questions....

I am wanting to go to an off-road H-pipe and I understand that I will need to use MIL's or Casper O2 simulators with them. Which are better? Where to the MIL's go?? Im gonna run the pipe from the stock headers if that helps understanding the application.

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Ok for gods sake, I know there are plenty of very knowledgable people on this forum who can answer my question here. Please give me just a little help on this ok. Thanks...

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Re: MIL/Casper O2 Simulator questions....

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I am wanting to go to an off-road H-pipe and I understand that I will need to use MIL's or Casper O2 simulators with them. Which are better? Where to the MIL's go?? Im gonna run the pipe from the stock headers if that helps understanding the application.

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You will need to get the MIL's. I have never head of Casper O2 simulators. Which are better, well since i know nothing about Caspers, then the MIL's. I think that you are asking where do the MIL's go. they go in the back. Which is where the CATS would be if you had a stock pipe. On one of the MIL's you need to make a minor adjsutmen to make it fit. I hope this helps a little.
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jeff,

make sure you get plug and play MILs from dallasmustang.com.

I bought my first pair from poneyexpress.com and they sent me ones where I'd have to splice into the wiring. Screw that!

The plug and play are about 60 bucks, but worth the time saved.

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where do you get these things? is there a web site?
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excellent...thanks so much
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Steeda also carries MIL's $59.95 a pair, and they're the plug and play variety too. I think Steeda.com said its the passenger side one that needs to be filed down just a bit so it plugs in completely

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