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That is a good point, the O2 sensor is MUCh closer to the turbo in the GHL application due to the fact that the headers as so much shorter that the stock ones.. That could certianly be a cause, but I can't conrim that. I wonder if anyone is running their O2 sensors with a set of GHL headers and all is well?

I was giving this additional thought, I'm going to check the throttle position sensor/switch. I don't know where it is, but I am going to check that. I wonder if the switch is not working properlly, it would cause the O2 sesnor to remain in the loop at WOT, and it should not.
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