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o2 extension and egr cover for TA

This is a discussion on o2 extension and egr cover for TA within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I just bought a set of used Kook headers with custom y pipe it was on a 2001 Trans AM ...

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    o2 extension and egr cover for TA

    I just bought a set of used Kook headers with custom y pipe it was on a 2001 Trans AM I have a 2000 so I need the extension for the o2's and also the plate for the egr because the 01 model didn't have it "not sure if its egr or not but plate that goes behing the throttle body" so time to do the free mod I guess. So a lot of you guys already did this where is the best spot to buy I will do the free re routing of the coolant hose under the throttle body as well I was told I need a part for that as well.


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    if you still have the egr tubes from the manifolds just take them and place on some metal, trace it out and you can make your own block off plates.

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    You mean make a metal bracket weld it on the header and install it back on? Or just mount it somewher else. I was thinking of just removing it....

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    im talking about the ports on the headers. you should have one on the driver and 2 on the passenger. One runs from the top of the intake to the pass side header, and you have a tubes that run to the air pump. The one from the top of the intake im still working on making a plate for but the air pump tubes are the easiest to block off

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt evans View Post
    im talking about the ports on the headers. you should have one on the driver and 2 on the passenger. One runs from the top of the intake to the pass side header, and you have a tubes that run to the air pump. The one from the top of the intake im still working on making a plate for but the air pump tubes are the easiest to block off
    I have all that but the headers doesn't have the plate on it to bolt it on so I'll just do the egr by pass
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    ive heard of guys using the rubber freeze plugs to block the egr on the intake

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    How many miles on your O2's? If they are up over 75,000 it's not a bad idea to replace them. Bosch 13111 senders have a nice long harness and will work with your LT's -- no extensions required.

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