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Old 07-07-2012, 06:18 PM   #1
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2007 r6 -05 header conversion question

Hello, I ordered a 05 header off of eBay yesterday because I want to try the conversion.. But I have a question that has prolly been sneered a thousand and one times, what do I do with the O2 sensor if I don't have a pc3 yet? Or do I just wait until I can pick up a pc3 and do it all at one time?.. I'm currently running a stock exhaust and I want it way louder.. Any input helps thanks.
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Old 07-07-2012, 09:01 PM   #2
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If you don't have a PC you can put one of Dynojets's O2 optimizers in the plug.
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If you don't have a PC you can put one of Dynojets's O2 optimizers in the plug.
And this will eliminate the o2 sensor completely?
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Old 07-09-2012, 09:21 AM   #4
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lol be careful what you wish for. It's ear piercing loud, as in " I'm about to be hearing impaired" loud.

Options:
1. Buy a PC or Bazzaz right now
2. Sell header, buy a midpipe with 02 bung
3. Get a 02 bung welded in the 05 header

This conversion has a lot more to it, than people realize.
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Old 07-09-2012, 09:25 AM   #5
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And this will eliminate the o2 sensor completely?
Yes.
You'll need to call Dynojet for the part number specific to your bike:
1 800 992 4993
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I did this on my stock exhaust.

I just took my bike to an exhaust shop and they welded a bung where the old one would be. Since I am not running any pc or anything I just ran the stock o2 sensor to it. No issues from my end
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Thank you guys for all the replies, I just don't want to sit there and stare at some little orange light in my face
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