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Hi guys,

I've bought me a PC3 for my 08 R6, and the dynojet manual is talking about a o2 controller.(step 12).

Did you guys use this thing?
Or just pulled it out?(or leaved it plugged in?)
 

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I've bought me a controller just to be sure.
This way I won't get a code, and it's best way dealing with it according my dyno-spec.
 

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Pulling it out gave me an error code.
And because i'm going for a full system in the future, this was the best option ;)
 

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If you bought the Dynojet new, it should come with a little plug that goes into where the O2 sensor was plugged in. It essentially tells the ECU that the O2 sensor is still there and shouldn't throw a code. Since you're going to be removing the O2 sensor itself, you need to get a bung plug for the hole that's left behind. A local muffler shop should have them. But mine wanted too much money so I called MJS Headers and they shipped me one for much much cheaper than I could have gotten it locally...

Good luck
 
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