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This is a discussion on Pair of 02 simulators/extensions within the Parts Wanted / Trade forums, part of the Sponsors Group Pricing and Parts Review category; like title mentions im looking for a pair of 02 simulators, and extensions. im gonna dive into a lt header ...

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    Pair of 02 simulators/extensions

    like title mentions im looking for a pair of 02 simulators, and extensions. im gonna dive into a lt header install, so im gathering all my needed parts.. so if you have these mentioned parts, let me know. thanks in advance
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    Why not pick up a pair of Bosch 13111 O2 sensors? - you'll be better off. The O2 sims are known to cause problems with our cars. The extensions too. If it's for the rear O2s - you can just have them tuned out. Our cars require the front ones for the proper A/F ratio.

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    ill eventually have the rears tuned out. but want to get everything i want done to the car first so when i mail my ecu out to get tuned itll be done all at once, vs, paying 125 every time i make a change to the car, so ill need to run some sims for a while till i get all my stuff done

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    oh wait. id need the extensions if i were running rear 02's.....well scratch the extensions all ill need is the sims

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    If you replace the front ones with the Boschs, and just disconnect the rears, you can run the car fine until you get it tuned. The rears will just bring the ses light on, they will not affect performance - as they only tell the car if the cats are functioning properly.

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    why would i need to replace the fronts?

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    When you install the LTs the wire harnesses for the front ones will not be long enough. This is why many just install the 13111s - as they come with a longer wiring harness. You can buy extensions and use your existing O2s, but many have had problems with them - I would imagine because of the added connections and more opportunites for a bad connection.

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    ok..im not spending 100 bucks per sensor, so im looking for o2 extensions still along with sims

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    $100 per sensor? They only run about $57 or so each depending on where you get them from. Summit even carries them for around $69 I think. You'd end up paying about the same for the sims and extensions, but if that is the way you want to go, I'm sure someone will post some up for you soon.

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    I have enxtensions I never used if interested. They are the better style with actual heat wrap instead of tubing. $30 shipped.

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