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Old July 30th, 2020, 06:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys , on the drivers side 02 sensor apparently the doorman spark plug defoulers don't fit because it's butted up against that rail , is a J shaped fouler gonna work there then ?
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Hey guys , on the drivers side 02 sensor apparently the doorman spark plug defoulers don't fit because it's butted up against that rail , is a J shaped fouler gonna work there then ?
On the bottom O2 sensor? Idk it fit for me man, it’s just tight

I took them off long ago tho so it’s been a while, it was tight tho and I was worried about them getting stuck

I really recommend a retune tho
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Old July 30th, 2020, 09:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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My friend and I rounded off an 02 socket , both jumped on a breaker bar to try and get that drivers side to break , couldn't fit the impact in there . So I took it to a shop and they got it loose with heat but said there was no room for the spacers , not even one . . . I went and bought the curved J shape fouler so hopefully that fits in there , cost 5 times what the other ones do . Starting to question the shop I went to cause I bought a muffler and they told me it doesn't fit when my buddy said he can do it with one cut and 30 minutes . . . As for a tune that would be ideal but I'm like $6500 into this GS with 150,000km and it's factory minus the cai and free speakers a buddy gave me lol . Another $750 for a tune and my girlfriend will tell me to take a hike lol
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I used penetrating oil and wd-40. Also I wouldn't put one spacer on and not the other if that's what you referred to.
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Tune is $350 and $180 for tactrix
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I assumed that was US dollars , and I searched for that tactix cable a while ago and seemed to be out of stock anywhere that carried it . Maybe if and when I sell all the stuff I've bought for this car that doesn't fit / work I'll look into again .
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https://www.tactrix.com/index.php?op...ed=1&Itemid=53

This is the only place to buy one that isn’t a possible fake
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So that shop definitely sucks . I put this big J shape fouler in no prob ! Just undid the clips that hold the sensor wires so I had more slack
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So what about the other one
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I used 3 of the regular foulers/spacers on the other one , same distance as the J one . Would have used both J shaped but the guy I bought it from only had one and to order one would take weeks and cost 3 times what I paid for this one . Went on a long highway cruise and through town today code free . Still blown away the difference being cat free , sounds pretty awesome even with the factory muffler . Hopefully get this Megan Racing one in Tuesday when shops open
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