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Same as the stock locations. Sorry you need to add a new one.
 

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I've got to add one so I'll have a total of 3. I called Nate and he said put it in the collector right where they merge from 2 pipes into 1 just before the cans


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I've got to add one so I'll have a total of 3. I called Nate and he said put it in the collector right where they merge from 2 pipes into 1 just before the cans


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Where did you get yours from? With air intake from turnkey and alba exhaust I kinda noticed a hesitation in the power in high rpms.
 

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Got it from Nate at alba. Best price around and he's a good dude. The exhaust is legit IMHO


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So your getting all of this at once? Why not just use stock location, might be a stupid question lol
 

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Thats only measuring one cylinder if you do that.
 

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If I use a stock o2 bung the stock sensor that I take out will throw a check engine code and I'm not diggin that. I'm prissy when it comes to check engine lights in anything I own. It uses all 3 of the o2 sensors along with the injectors to get the fuel mixture that you dictate at certain rpms


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yes 12''s or so from mufflers right where the stock cat is 2into 1 area is what hes saying
 

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If you still have the stock cat, it needs to be mounted before the cat
He does not have the cat anymore. He is running alba's cat delete exhaust
 

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So if u buy a Gen 4 dobeck and run your stock exhaust u still have to weld a bung in?
 

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I do believe. You can pull one of the stock o2 sensors out and put the dobeck one on but you'll have a check engine light on all the time


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Anybody have a for sure answer?
 

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guys, you all are correct. above 6000 rpms the mavericks do not use the stock o2 sensors and are a base tune. so if you have done mods to your motor, you are starving for fuel. the dobeck gen 4 can be programmed to only work after/ at 6000 rpms to redline. this will read the a/f each time the injector fires and make changes. real world changes just like the factory system does under 6000 rpms. it works great. for the guys that dont care about the check engine light, you can run the gen 4 for the entire rpm band, idle to redline. another thing that you guys can do is get a gen 3 programmer that will only work for over 6000 rpms, and tune only the red zone, and it can be programmed to only come on then, rpm based, and not load based. lots of options over the power commanders.
 
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