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Old 09-21-2019, 06:54 PM #16
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Just a heads up. I still have the factory Y Pipe with HFC cats welded on my DT header and Gibson setup and the fumes are pretty heavy, especially on cold start. So don't expect too much of the smell to be cutdown. If anything it were me I would just put in a resonator to cut out any drone depending on which exhaust setup you go with, just a thought.
Are you saying that you installed shorty headers, new cats, left factory y-pipe and downstream cats... and have heavier fumes?
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Are you saying that you installed shorty headers, new cats, left factory y-pipe and downstream cats... and have heavier fumes?
No. I installed DT shorty headers, new hfc, stock y-pipe and Gibson y-pipe back exhaust. The Gibson has no cats, its a straight through exhaust with one resonator.

DT---->HFC---->Factory Y-Pipe---->Gibson Cat Back---->

The Gibson was installed prior to the headers so I don't know how much of a difference the factory exhaust will make.

So naturally without the factory exhaust after the y-pipe the fumes will be stronger than stock with headers. Hope this helps.
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Was you ever able to get the CEL to go away?
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I'd also like to know if there is a solution to the CEL.
I put an order in (group buy) with Jason B and was told the spacers would prevent error codes being thrown.

If that isn't true, or if there is a certain installation procedure to follow, can someone verify please?
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I'd also like to know if there is a solution to the CEL.
I put an order in (group buy) with Jason B and was told the spacers would prevent error codes being thrown.

If that isn't true, or if there is a certain installation procedure to follow, can someone verify please?
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