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  1. #11
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    Well now put that in your pipe and smoke it!
    Weekend wannab racer with some welders.

  2. #12
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    Yea, that's one pipe no one on this forum can weld.

  3. #13
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    Omaha, NE
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    Your weld looks just fine. I see you decided to TIG it anyway I would have too, now that i have my own that is.

    Lots of people in no emmission areas will either cut off the rear o2 or replace it with a "jim-stim" (it's an O2 simulator box) Those people are ignorant...even though mine is not used (stand alone engine management system) I still have the wires, sensor and bungs in place so that it all looks factory and i don't go cutting up a factory wire harness <---read: expensive!!

    what kind of car is it? I install and tune engine management computers, fab turbo and exhaust systems and do some other custom stuff. The one thing i really hate is chasing down factory wiring as there's usually changes within a "series" of body styles over the years it was produced.
    Dynasty 200DX
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  4. #14
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    I can't remember what kind of car he said it was.
    There was an adapter I welded on at the end of this pipe also since there was not enough room for a clamp after welding in the bung. I also had to splice the sensor wires back together witch was a pain becouse he cut them right at the sensor. I sure hope the sensor is still good, he said the new one is around $80.00.

    Thanks for the complements on the weld.
    To all who contribute to this board.
    My sincere thanks , Pete.

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