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  • #91
    I checked out the guide, looks good mitsiman! Should help out any newbies to see where things are at with development, and help plan out their future mods list!

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    • #92
      Hi Mitsiman, i found the guide extremely useful, well done. Its an excellent resource for n00bs like me

      any chance for the exhaust discussion, that you can put up a diagram of the stock exhaust system with sensor locations, and then where the RPW mods at each of the 3 stages come in.

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      • #93
        I have just updated the vehicle performance guide with some mroe information. Some of it still to be 100% confirmed but based off our experience with Mitsubishi vehicles and what we have seen so far, we are on the right track.

        I will check out the possibility of photos although that will probably appear in teh R&D section.

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        • #94
          I am in the process of further updating the R&D guide on our website, wit new photos of the front pipes, dump pipes and turbo manifolds.

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          • #95
            OBD Code 0421

            Hi Guys,

            I've had the RPW Downpipe and cat-back on my car along with Ralliart Airfilter and boost-restrictor-pill removed. I've been getting CEL 0421 every once in a while - always when cruising steadily around 3,000RPM. I think it's a CAT problem.

            Any ideas?

            Thanks - Ken

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            • #96
              hmmmm.................................... nah i probably shouldnt say

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              • #97
                Could the car be running too lean?

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                • #98
                  probably that common cat O2 sensor mishap

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                  • #99
                    Is the CEL staying on permanent and needing to be cleared or is it just temporarily flashing. You may have to fit a CEL O2 spacer. It seems to happen for around 1 in 10 systems.

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                    • Originally posted by Mitsiman View Post
                      Is the CEL staying on permanent and needing to be cleared or is it just temporarily flashing. You may have to fit a CEL O2 spacer. It seems to happen for around 1 in 10 systems.
                      G'day Dave,

                      I was hoping you would chime-in. The light stays on until I clear it with a scan gauge. I went for a good 5,000km without any trouble - besides the weather, nothing else has changed.

                      In any case, where do I get an O2 spacer to try out?

                      Thanks mate - Ken

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