Roadstersport Midpipe Installation NC, ND, Fiat 124

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Re: Roadstersport Midpipe Installation NC, ND, Fiat 124

Postby Brian » Fri Jan 06, 2017 11:42 pm

Thanks for the feedback, happy to hear you like that Helmholtz Midpipe!
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Re: Roadstersport Midpipe Installation NC, ND, Fiat 124

Postby xPhong21 » Mon Jul 24, 2017 10:20 pm

Hey guys,

I'm ready to pull the plug on the midpipe roadsterSport, the only thing is
I read through the forum , would anyone have any advice for me , for install?
I have the open flash header installed at the moment and the front o2 sensor is connected in the header, so i believe i no longer need to connect it to the front hole for the midpipe and just worried about the rear.

the question i have is , would it come with a gasket for the Roadster sport muffle q twin tip , or should i purchase one?

and how easy was it to install, was it more of a plug and play? what kind of advice or tip can you guys give me .
I don't want to throw a CEL either. lol

thank you in advance.
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Re: Roadstersport Midpipe Installation NC, ND, Fiat 124

Postby xPhong21 » Tue Jul 25, 2017 11:05 pm

If i do not use the front hole for my o2 sensor since it is already connected to my open flash header, how would i cover it?
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Re: Roadstersport Midpipe Installation NC, ND, Fiat 124

Postby Brian » Mon Jul 31, 2017 6:18 am

Didn't see this until today. Any hole you don't use can take a standard O2 Bung plug. You can leave second O2 sensor in the header if that is where it already is located with the header you have, or you can put it in the midpipe. Normally we move it after midpipe converter to avoid codes, but sounds like you are using reflash that already turns off the code, so it really won't matter if you leave it in the header or put in the midpipe. Gaskets you need are included.
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