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Question WTB - cat bypass for SC w/o2 port

Looking for a cat bypass for an SC with the o2 sensor port, thanks!


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Matt I don't have one, but if all you can find is one with the 02 port, you can always plug it with an old spark plug, threads are the same!
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I have read this a few times now and can not figure out if Matt wants an O2 port or not?!?!?! It kinda reads without 2 port or with O2 port. not sure.

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Matt,

I believe we have on in the shop, which came from a '83 SC coupe. Give us a call tomorrow morning or Thursday during east coast business hours - 607-535-4237.

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He's got lambda so he needs one WITH an O2 bung. I suppose if he need one WITHOUT, he wouldn't care one way or another. As Kurt put it, the port can be plugged. I use an old O2 sensor from my Honda, gutted it and got Chris to fill the hole left by the ceramic..
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Sorry guys, I guess I didnt re-read the subject, he he he. yes, I need one with an o2 bung for my o2 sensor. I'll check tomorrow with Ed, anybody else?
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I have several. $135.00
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How about $75 shipped?



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Thanks Otto, but I dont need a new one and $135 is more than I want to spend.

Mark, that's about what I'm looking to pay. It looks like it's in good condition. Does the o2 bung still work or is it permanently covered? Let me know the condition of the o2 bung, thanks!
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Ok, looks like I've found a bypass, thanks everyone who responded!
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Otto,

Have any pics of your cat bypass? These would work on my '84 3.2 right? Another question, since I have a Steve Wong chip would he have to re-program for a cat bypass?
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For off road application only. These "Racing pipes" were built by MSDS. No picts but I will send you one and see if you like it. You do not have to reset the fuel injection after installation of the pipe. You should set the CO to the factory specs with the O2 sensor disconnected.

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