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what is a good xpipe to go with that will not trip an o2 sensor and bolts up with stock headers.
 

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what is a good xpipe to go with that will not trip an o2 sensor and bolts up with stock headers.
There's not to much difference in x pipes IMO
If you get high flow cats or run no cats on the x-pipe then you chance throwing a code cause of your rear o2's, Now with that being said if you get the X-pipe and put your stock cats on , you should be fine!!!
 

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Go with the magnaflow catted x pipe. It's really a quality piece fits perfect and and is well worth the money. And no codes are thrown from it.
 

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Go with the magnaflow catted x pipe. It's really a quality piece fits perfect and and is well worth the money. And no codes are thrown from it.
Trust me just cause you didn't throw a code yet , doesn't mean you won't , can happen at any time...the only way it will never throw a code is if you have a sct device and have had the rear o2's shut off, and then you will have inspection problems, at least where I live in N.Y. you will.....

You may never throw a code but IMO it's inevitable cause of the High flow cats...................
 

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Others have high flow setups and no codes thrown. Also for inspection I'll throw the stock midpipe back on. And from my knowledge high flow cats will not throw a code. Also the the code thrown is not harmful to your car it may just annoy you since your cel will be on.
 
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