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post #1 of 4 Old 03-02-2006, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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turn off rear O2 sensors?

which tuners/performance programmers/chips etc. are capable of turning off post cat O2 monitors on my 02GT??? i read and hear about it, but don't see anything officially in print listed that as an option in the tuner adds i've seen. all i've found is mil eliminators. thanks for any help and recommendations.

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I had the guy at Bama Chips to program my Super Chips Tuner (SCT) to turn off my rear O2's so I could run an off road H-pipe. He also recaliberated my speedo for my larger rear tires too. I'm very pleased with the results.

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turn off O2 sensors

thanks, thats helpful, but kinda like to know which hand held tuners are capable of turning these things off so i can do it myself. by the way, great username.
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None of the current hand held units allow the option of turning the rear O2 sensors on and off. The only way you can have that control is to buy a Racer Package from a SCT Dealer for your car.

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