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    O2 sensor simulators?

    Does anyone know how to make O2 sensor simulators, I need a diagram for a 4 pin GM style connector?

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    I studied electronics my first time in college. I did a pair in a class then. It can be done, but they will not be a simple bolt-in part. And depending upon the quality of the assembly, they may be unreliable.
    If you want to do it anyway:

    Do a google search. There are several sites that will give you detailed instructions on how to make them. There are books available too. The cost is about $20 in parts each. Assuming you have some skill at electronics and the required tools, it can be done.
    Good luck and let us know how you make out.

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    Not even worth the time IMHO. You can have the rear 02's tuned out but you need the front 02's..
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    Mail order tuning is only $125 + S/H and will get you what you are looking for and a lot more. Click on the link to my site in my signature for further information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    Not even worth the time IMHO. You can have the rear 02's tuned out but you need the front 02's..
    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    Mail order tuning is only $125 + S/H and will get you what you are looking for and a lot more. Click on the link to my site in my signature for further information.
    Agreed with both of the above statements.

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    +1 for it not being worth your time.

    If not a tune, you can find simulators cheap. I think I picked the ones up on my formula from a member in the for sale section for $45.00 shipped.


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    Tune is by far the easiest to do. Even if you have a stock car, a tune will do you wonders. So might as well go for it and have the O2's deleted

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    Ya I think I will get it tuned. Thank you guys alot!

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    Good choice. It will save you time and frustration in the long run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    Mail order tuning is only $125 + S/H and will get you what you are looking for and a lot more. Click on the link to my site in my signature for further information.
    I would like to send you my pcm to be tuned for $125 + s/h but when I go on your site, it tells me $150 plus shipping. I did print and fill out your spec sheet, and going to mail it out today. Can you just contact me for my billing info and I can pay with my Mastercard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnpowermasters View Post
    I would like to send you my pcm to be tuned for $125 + s/h but when I go on your site, it tells me $150 plus shipping. I did print and fill out your spec sheet, and going to mail it out today. Can you just contact me for my billing info and I can pay with my Mastercard?
    Check the date on that post...That $125 is the old pricing I believe. It looks like its now 150. But its worth every penny. PM Frost for more info

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    Ditto! Frost did an amazing job and was the best $150 I ever spent!

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