What o2 extender works?

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    Looks the same as what I got from Titan. Yeah, the Fabspeed mini cat is large - there isn't much room. As long as the o2 cables aren't touching anything you should be fine.
     
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    Just took it for a quick first drive, afterword scanned for codes:B7CFA3CE-D27D-444D-8D96-3F0FF029EA89.png

    I am guessing that I will be getting a code soon?
     
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    Yes a p0141 for rear O2 heater circuit... I could never remedy the heater code and have catalyst effeciency pass as well...
     
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    Any new cel from the downpipe? I think your one of the few that may have solved it.
     
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    So far so good. No new CEL.
     
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    No cel for me yet...but do still have the error code.
     
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    New CEL code came on today. Rear O2 sensor disconnected. I checked the connection under the hood and it looks fine. So resetting it for now to see if it comes on again.

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    I’m getting alignment done and took the opportunity to look under car at spacer. Does O2 cable look too pinched? Or am I just looking for excuses lol. I’m gonna try to I untighten and see if I can give a little more play to the cable. Titan also told me to check connection as sometimes they get dirt inside when installing. I hope I can get to it with just putting it on ramps or from top.

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    How's the cel holding out.
     
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    It didn't return and no new CEL.
     
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    Sweet. Is the car good to drive without a tune. Downpipe only?
    I've heard stuff both ways. Just curious if you have data logged it
     
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    Yes it will be fine driving without a tune but you are using it without the full potential.
     
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    i know a lot of people are using Fabspeed o2 spacer, but is everyone running it 45 degrees or is someone running 90 degrees?
    And also, what are your thoughts on Vibrant Performance J-style o2 spacer?
     
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    I have the 45 but after installing it, I think the 90 would have been easier personally. The 45 sticks pretty far out as seen in the pics above.
     
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    alright i'll make sure to get 90 degrees, and would you need to have two o2 spacers for first and secondary sensors or do you only need one?
     

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