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Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Covina, Ca.
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Earlier versions of the tuners required the sensors to remain in the pipes. Later versions removed the requirement with H&S being the first. Now most pipes are being sold without bungs. So today when they recommend removal, I believe it's so they don't get damaged. Leaving them attached to the DPF/CAT and in storage is the recommended practice.
However, if you are running a tuner that requires the sensors to be connected, then it's best to get a pipe with the bungs so that you can attach them securely. This way, the sensors aren't left tied up somewhere under the truck somewhere where they could come lose and get damaged before you realize it.
'08 F250 6.4L Lariat 4x4 CC/SRW fully loaded, special ordered
6" Fabtech 2.25 dual shock lift w/18" AR wheels, 35" Toyo AT's
Avic-Z2 Nav/Stereo w/iPod, Bluetooth, XM NavTraffic
(2) Rear headrest mnt DVD entertainment systems
Banks CAI, Dual Exhaust, Six-Gun, Speed Brake & iQ (test vehicle)
Bushwacker Fender Flares
Ravelco Anti Theft Device
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