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Old 01-19-2013, 10:48 AM   #1
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Default How can i fake out rear o2 sensors???

I am doing long tube headers on my 2001 silverado 4.8. I am not going to be running cats and everyone says i can do the trick with the spark plug non foulers. Also i have been told to do a custom tune, which i dont have all of the money for. So i guess what im wondering is what are the chances that the spark plug non fouler trick is going to work? Thanks kevin
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I know they use to make o2 simulators for the 02 models and older. Jegs and summit had them.
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You should have got a tune first then got headers! Anyways I have heard of people using those casper 02 simulators. Just do a quick search above and see.
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IIRC Casper received a cease and desist letter from the EPA awhile back and they don't make the sims anymore....anyone else remember that or has the beer killed too many of my brain cells?
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Google "o2 sensor non fouler " this will work 95% of the time.
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IIRC Casper received a cease and desist letter from the EPA awhile back and they don't make the sims anymore....anyone else remember that or has the beer killed too many of my brain cells?
I have heard that from many people
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as stated above casper has gone out of business and i cant afford a tune
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The anti-foulers trick does work.
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I would have posted a link but there are several of them
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I found a website called o2 simulator that I have purchased from for around 40$ works well on my 98 blazer and going to get one for my 2000 suburban. http://www.o2simulator.com/
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