Username or Email Address
Do you already have an account?
Forgot your password?
  • Log in or Sign up

    VWVortex


    Page 4 of 5 FirstFirst 12345 LastLast
    Results 106 to 140 of 156

    Thread: CBFA Highflow Cat/Testpipe CEL Fix Thread

    1. Member vath's Avatar
      Join Date
      May 8th, 2004
      Posts
      165
      Vehicles
      '09 GTI APR2 CBFA
      08-09-2012 12:45 AM #106
      Quote Originally Posted by rockerdan View Post
      yes CCTA do have a o2 sensor right at the top of stock DP, this you can leave without a spacer(2 total)

      the CBFA motor has the top o2 sensor on the other side right at turbo, it is not on the DP on CBFA. Then one before and one after cat(3 total). This is why CBFA is so touchy to get CEL free, its constantly taking all these readings!
      OOOOOOH

      now that i know the CCTA only requires 2 total o2 sensors.... now i know i should left the plug where it was....
      2009 GTI 2.0TSI CBFA 6spd, APR2, APR Downpipe, BSH RACE, NGK-PFR7Q plugs, VAGCOM,

    2. Member kaban's Avatar
      Join Date
      Nov 11th, 2005
      Location
      NoVA
      Posts
      1,254
      Vehicles
      mk5 tsi hatchback
      08-09-2012 10:26 AM #107
      Quote Originally Posted by vath View Post
      OOOOOOH

      now that i know the CCTA only requires 2 total o2 sensors.... now i know i should left the plug where it was....
      Well at least you figured it out. The 1st o2 sensor goes into the turbo itself and you plug the 1st bung on the downpipe.

    3. Member ViRtUaLheretic's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 16th, 2008
      Location
      Kansas City
      Posts
      3,121
      Vehicles
      2009 GTI
      08-09-2012 04:00 PM #108
      I moved from STL to KC and KC doesn't have emissions.
      Im getting flashed to APR stage 2 testpipe file this weekend
      :APR -stage 2 :BSH -Intake,Mounts,RSB,TB Pipe :Whiteline -A.L.K.,Endlinks :Porsche 17Z BBK
      :Devils Own -DVC-30+Direct Port Injection :BC Racing -BR Coilovers :Flik-FTD :OSIR
      :Neuspeed:Eurojet -Ceramic Coated DP :DEFI :Unibrace :Tyrolsport :Bildon :Hawk
      TSI FAQ: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?4042736

    4. Member
      Join Date
      Jun 8th, 2010
      Location
      Plano, TX
      Posts
      136
      Vehicles
      2009 Audi A3 2.0T Quattro
      08-30-2012 04:07 PM #109
      Hey guys,

      Just got flashed with the non-testpipe file and I have my O2 spacers installed on the testpipe. I have no CEL which is good but when I ran vag-com for OBDII I saw the messages below and thought it was odd.

      Mode 01 - PID 01 : Readiness -- Address 7E8

      Number of DTCs stored: 0 -- MIL Status: MIL OFF
      Misfire monitoring: Passed
      Fuel System: Passed
      Comprehensive Components: Passed
      Catalyst monitoring: Failed or Incomplete
      Heated catalyst monitoring: Not installed.
      Evaporative system monitoring: Failed or Incomplete
      Secondary air system monitoring: Not installed.
      A/C system refrigerant monitoring: Not installed.
      Oxygen sensor monitoring: Failed or Incomplete
      Oxygen sensor heater monitoring: Failed or Incomplete
      Exhaust Gas Recirculation: Failed or Incomplete


      Will I still pass inspection? What do those failed or incomplete mean?


      Thanks all!

    5. Member
      Join Date
      Feb 23rd, 2009
      Location
      DARTMOUTH
      Posts
      287
      Vehicles
      97 JETTA, 09 GTI
      09-16-2012 03:40 PM #110
      Quote Originally Posted by cubantexan View Post
      Hey guys,

      Just got flashed with the non-testpipe file and I have my O2 spacers installed on the testpipe. I have no CEL which is good but when I ran vag-com for OBDII I saw the messages below and thought it was odd.

      Mode 01 - PID 01 : Readiness -- Address 7E8

      Number of DTCs stored: 0 -- MIL Status: MIL OFF
      Misfire monitoring: Passed
      Fuel System: Passed
      Comprehensive Components: Passed
      Catalyst monitoring: Failed or Incomplete
      Heated catalyst monitoring: Not installed.
      Evaporative system monitoring: Failed or Incomplete
      Secondary air system monitoring: Not installed.
      A/C system refrigerant monitoring: Not installed.
      Oxygen sensor monitoring: Failed or Incomplete
      Oxygen sensor heater monitoring: Failed or Incomplete
      Exhaust Gas Recirculation: Failed or Incomplete


      Will I still pass inspection? What do those failed or incomplete mean?


      Thanks all!
      Having no light on and the computer giving you those readings, i would say that the file you had flashed permantly has those monitors shut off. and depending on your emission laws you may fail even though your light is not on. Here in MA all those monitors need to be ready and passed.

      I have no o2 sensors in my car and my flash has all those monitors shut off so the light does not come on and i just tried to get my sticker and i did not pass because of it. so i need to put the o2's back in with spacers and get a reflash to turn the monitors on.

    6. 09-16-2012 10:53 PM #111
      Subscribed

    7. Member Slayer's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 8th, 2000
      Location
      Windham CT
      Posts
      10,793
      Vehicles
      2008.5 GTI w/TSI motor, 1995 GTI Vr6
      09-18-2012 05:14 PM #112
      I just passed emissions 45 mins ago with my car..

      I have a 42dd 3" downpipe and cat (magnaflow 200cell?). I had a testpipe in there for a while, as well as the v1.2 stage2 testpipes file, so I knew I would have to get reflashed to get rid of the two not ready errors. In the meantime I ordered two of the RAI J spacers (made by vibrant), and I installed them the other day. I put one on the 2nd and 3rd o2 bungs. The 2nd one I put the medium spacer, and the 3rd one I put the small spacer.

      Yesterday evening I got reflashed to the v1.2 regular stage2 flash, and was able to set the readiness by driving home, then to work in the morning, and then to lunch today. I checked my readiness with Vagcom at lunch, and everything said passed, so I figured I was good. I made an appointment for 4pm today, and it passed with no fails or not readys.


      Check out my Garage build thread -2008.5 GTI 2.0 TSI 6MT / APR stage2, 42DD 3" dp w/cat, 2 RAI o2 spacers, 3" Magnaflow exhaust, Carbonio Stg1+2 intake, AWE dv relocation w/ GFB DV+, BSH TB pipe, APR IC, South Bend Stg2 Endurance clutch, BSH mounts, Dieselgeek SS, FFM shift bracket bushings, Forge big knob shifter, Koni coils, Coolingmist CMGS Meth injection & USRT spacer (DO3 & Snow 100 nozzles), 19" Miro stp3's

    8. Member
      Join Date
      Dec 8th, 2011
      Location
      FL
      Posts
      148
      Vehicles
      2012 GTI
      09-18-2012 08:16 PM #113
      Quote Originally Posted by Slayer View Post
      I just passed emissions 45 mins ago with my car..

      I have a 42dd 3" downpipe and cat (magnaflow 200cell?). I had a testpipe in there for a while, as well as the v1.2 stage2 testpipes file, so I knew I would have to get reflashed to get rid of the two not ready errors. In the meantime I ordered two of the RAI J spacers (made by vibrant), and I installed them the other day. I put one on the 2nd and 3rd o2 bungs. The 2nd one I put the medium spacer, and the 3rd one I put the small spacer.

      Yesterday evening I got reflashed to the v1.2 regular stage2 flash, and was able to set the readiness by driving home, then to work in the morning, and then to lunch today. I checked my readiness with Vagcom at lunch, and everything said passed, so I figured I was good. I made an appointment for 4pm today, and it passed with no fails or not readys.


      Nice, this is the configuration I was planning on trying out. Thanks for reporting your results

      Can you take pictures of how you placed the spacers. Or just tell us which direction the J is facing.
      Last edited by eduardot; 09-18-2012 at 09:18 PM.

    9. Member Slayer's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 8th, 2000
      Location
      Windham CT
      Posts
      10,793
      Vehicles
      2008.5 GTI w/TSI motor, 1995 GTI Vr6
      09-18-2012 09:48 PM #114
      Quote Originally Posted by eduardot View Post
      Nice, this is the configuration I was planning on trying out. Thanks for reporting your results

      Can you take pictures of how you placed the spacers. Or just tell us which direction the J is facing.
      both pointing straight back. There wasn't any way to point the front one forward or down really, just no room, and the rear one I wouldn't have had enough length on the wire.
      Check out my Garage build thread -2008.5 GTI 2.0 TSI 6MT / APR stage2, 42DD 3" dp w/cat, 2 RAI o2 spacers, 3" Magnaflow exhaust, Carbonio Stg1+2 intake, AWE dv relocation w/ GFB DV+, BSH TB pipe, APR IC, South Bend Stg2 Endurance clutch, BSH mounts, Dieselgeek SS, FFM shift bracket bushings, Forge big knob shifter, Koni coils, Coolingmist CMGS Meth injection & USRT spacer (DO3 & Snow 100 nozzles), 19" Miro stp3's

    10. Member
      Join Date
      Dec 8th, 2011
      Location
      FL
      Posts
      148
      Vehicles
      2012 GTI
      09-18-2012 10:05 PM #115
      Quote Originally Posted by Slayer View Post
      both pointing straight back. There wasn't any way to point the front one forward or down really, just no room, and the rear one I wouldn't have had enough length on the wire.


      If you ever get a chance a picture would be nice. I'm not familiar with the o2 sensor positions on the 42dd downpipe.

      Edit: I was forgetting. Your garage build is insanely awesome
      Last edited by eduardot; 09-18-2012 at 10:15 PM.

    11. Member Slayer's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 8th, 2000
      Location
      Windham CT
      Posts
      10,793
      Vehicles
      2008.5 GTI w/TSI motor, 1995 GTI Vr6
      09-18-2012 10:24 PM #116
      Quote Originally Posted by eduardot View Post


      If you ever get a chance a picture would be nice. I'm not familiar with the o2 sensor positions on the 42dd downpipe.

      Edit: I was forgetting. Your garage build is insanely awesome
      lol thanks.. actually I need to update that badly.

      anyways, here's the pics:



      Check out my Garage build thread -2008.5 GTI 2.0 TSI 6MT / APR stage2, 42DD 3" dp w/cat, 2 RAI o2 spacers, 3" Magnaflow exhaust, Carbonio Stg1+2 intake, AWE dv relocation w/ GFB DV+, BSH TB pipe, APR IC, South Bend Stg2 Endurance clutch, BSH mounts, Dieselgeek SS, FFM shift bracket bushings, Forge big knob shifter, Koni coils, Coolingmist CMGS Meth injection & USRT spacer (DO3 & Snow 100 nozzles), 19" Miro stp3's

    12. Member vath's Avatar
      Join Date
      May 8th, 2004
      Posts
      165
      Vehicles
      '09 GTI APR2 CBFA
      09-30-2012 03:41 PM #117
      just an FYI...

      I am 2009 CBFA motor with APR1, BSH intake, and APR downpipe (stock exhaust) . I had a CEL with only a 42DD O2 spacer on the last downpipe port...

      Then I installed a BFI O2 spacer on the 2nd port and all is good now, I cleared my CEL and drove about 75 miles so far without a CEL and today I checked VAGCOM and all the Readiness is PASSED

      thanks for the help guys!

      edit: The BFI exits to the rear and the 42DD exits to the front if anyone cares....
      Last edited by vath; 09-30-2012 at 03:43 PM.
      2009 GTI 2.0TSI CBFA 6spd, APR2, APR Downpipe, BSH RACE, NGK-PFR7Q plugs, VAGCOM,

    13. Member
      Join Date
      Nov 27th, 2008
      Location
      NJ
      Posts
      519
      Vehicles
      2011 GTI Autobahn
      10-15-2012 02:45 PM #118
      Bringing this thread back to life. I just installed my SPM DP and paired it with two 034 o2 spacers. these are the L shaped spacers. The last one I used a double spacer config using a normal spacer after the 034.

      This threw multiple codes after 60 miles. I don't think the sensors are getting enough exhaust flow with this setup. I'm going to try just using a standard anti fouler (pre drilled from factory) (2nd sensor) w/ an 034 on the 3rd sensor.

      Hopefully this works. Although I am skeptical because the precat sensor w/ 034 spacer threw a code. Spacer is facing the rear of the car, and I got a code stating it isn't getting a good reading.

    14. Member ViRtUaLheretic's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 16th, 2008
      Location
      Kansas City
      Posts
      3,121
      Vehicles
      2009 GTI
      10-15-2012 02:48 PM #119
      Were you throwing too rich or too lean codes for your o2 sensors?
      :APR -stage 2 :BSH -Intake,Mounts,RSB,TB Pipe :Whiteline -A.L.K.,Endlinks :Porsche 17Z BBK
      :Devils Own -DVC-30+Direct Port Injection :BC Racing -BR Coilovers :Flik-FTD :OSIR
      :Neuspeed:Eurojet -Ceramic Coated DP :DEFI :Unibrace :Tyrolsport :Bildon :Hawk
      TSI FAQ: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?4042736

    15. Member
      Join Date
      Nov 27th, 2008
      Location
      NJ
      Posts
      519
      Vehicles
      2011 GTI Autobahn
      10-15-2012 03:22 PM #120


      Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2

    16. Member ViRtUaLheretic's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 16th, 2008
      Location
      Kansas City
      Posts
      3,121
      Vehicles
      2009 GTI
      10-15-2012 03:25 PM #121
      Its reading rich, you should use a smaller venturii to restrict the flow even more.
      :APR -stage 2 :BSH -Intake,Mounts,RSB,TB Pipe :Whiteline -A.L.K.,Endlinks :Porsche 17Z BBK
      :Devils Own -DVC-30+Direct Port Injection :BC Racing -BR Coilovers :Flik-FTD :OSIR
      :Neuspeed:Eurojet -Ceramic Coated DP :DEFI :Unibrace :Tyrolsport :Bildon :Hawk
      TSI FAQ: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?4042736

    17. Member
      Join Date
      Nov 27th, 2008
      Location
      NJ
      Posts
      519
      Vehicles
      2011 GTI Autobahn
      10-15-2012 03:31 PM #122
      hm... okay. Looks like I'll have to buy more spacers

      What about the slow response code?

    18. Member Slayer's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 8th, 2000
      Location
      Windham CT
      Posts
      10,793
      Vehicles
      2008.5 GTI w/TSI motor, 1995 GTI Vr6
      10-15-2012 06:59 PM #123
      Pick up a couple of the rai spacers instead, they will probably work
      Check out my Garage build thread -2008.5 GTI 2.0 TSI 6MT / APR stage2, 42DD 3" dp w/cat, 2 RAI o2 spacers, 3" Magnaflow exhaust, Carbonio Stg1+2 intake, AWE dv relocation w/ GFB DV+, BSH TB pipe, APR IC, South Bend Stg2 Endurance clutch, BSH mounts, Dieselgeek SS, FFM shift bracket bushings, Forge big knob shifter, Koni coils, Coolingmist CMGS Meth injection & USRT spacer (DO3 & Snow 100 nozzles), 19" Miro stp3's

    19. Member
      Join Date
      Nov 27th, 2008
      Location
      NJ
      Posts
      519
      Vehicles
      2011 GTI Autobahn
      10-16-2012 01:36 PM #124
      you know what doesn't make sense though? When I initially installed my DP, I only ran w/ one normal spacer in the 3rd sensor spot. It drove for 170 miles before I threw a code. Now I moved the sensors further from exhaust gases, and I get the CEL quick?! It's coming on after 10 miles or so now w/ the setup I have currently.

    20. Member Slayer's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 8th, 2000
      Location
      Windham CT
      Posts
      10,793
      Vehicles
      2008.5 GTI w/TSI motor, 1995 GTI Vr6
      10-16-2012 01:40 PM #125
      it's touchy, but I think the rai spacers are the way to go. I put mine on, got reflashed to stage2 non testpipes, and I've been through 4 full tanks of fuel since then (~1600 miles), and it hasn't come back
      Check out my Garage build thread -2008.5 GTI 2.0 TSI 6MT / APR stage2, 42DD 3" dp w/cat, 2 RAI o2 spacers, 3" Magnaflow exhaust, Carbonio Stg1+2 intake, AWE dv relocation w/ GFB DV+, BSH TB pipe, APR IC, South Bend Stg2 Endurance clutch, BSH mounts, Dieselgeek SS, FFM shift bracket bushings, Forge big knob shifter, Koni coils, Coolingmist CMGS Meth injection & USRT spacer (DO3 & Snow 100 nozzles), 19" Miro stp3's

    21. Member kaban's Avatar
      Join Date
      Nov 11th, 2005
      Location
      NoVA
      Posts
      1,254
      Vehicles
      mk5 tsi hatchback
      10-18-2012 10:27 AM #126
      I've not had the p420 CEL code come back after 10k miles of driving. The RAI spacers is the way to go.

    22. Member ViRtUaLheretic's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 16th, 2008
      Location
      Kansas City
      Posts
      3,121
      Vehicles
      2009 GTI
      10-18-2012 11:53 AM #127
      Quote Originally Posted by lilfleck View Post
      you know what doesn't make sense though? When I initially installed my DP, I only ran w/ one normal spacer in the 3rd sensor spot. It drove for 170 miles before I threw a code. Now I moved the sensors further from exhaust gases, and I get the CEL quick?! It's coming on after 10 miles or so now w/ the setup I have currently.
      What code are you throwing? rich or lean?

      You cant be too restrictive otherwise it will read lean and still throw a CEL
      :APR -stage 2 :BSH -Intake,Mounts,RSB,TB Pipe :Whiteline -A.L.K.,Endlinks :Porsche 17Z BBK
      :Devils Own -DVC-30+Direct Port Injection :BC Racing -BR Coilovers :Flik-FTD :OSIR
      :Neuspeed:Eurojet -Ceramic Coated DP :DEFI :Unibrace :Tyrolsport :Bildon :Hawk
      TSI FAQ: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?4042736

    23. Member
      Join Date
      Nov 27th, 2008
      Location
      NJ
      Posts
      519
      Vehicles
      2011 GTI Autobahn
      10-18-2012 12:26 PM #128
      Hm.. the first code i threw was P0420, efficiency below threshold. Possible leak? I only had one normal spacer post cat.

    24. Member
      Join Date
      Apr 4th, 2012
      Location
      Sacramento, CA
      Posts
      570
      Vehicles
      2012 GLI Autobahn DSG Black Metallic Pearl
      10-18-2012 12:54 PM #129
      Quote Originally Posted by lilfleck View Post


      Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
      What app did you use for this? What do I need to do to get this on my android phone?
      GIAC - Stage 2 // SPM Street Downpipe // Neuspeed P-flo Intake [red] // TSW Nurburgring 18x8 [gunmetal machined face]// DG Springs

    25. Member
      Join Date
      Nov 27th, 2008
      Location
      NJ
      Posts
      519
      Vehicles
      2011 GTI Autobahn
      10-18-2012 01:01 PM #130

    26. Member
      Join Date
      Apr 4th, 2012
      Location
      Sacramento, CA
      Posts
      570
      Vehicles
      2012 GLI Autobahn DSG Black Metallic Pearl
      10-18-2012 02:20 PM #131
      Much thanks!
      GIAC - Stage 2 // SPM Street Downpipe // Neuspeed P-flo Intake [red] // TSW Nurburgring 18x8 [gunmetal machined face]// DG Springs

    27. Member kaban's Avatar
      Join Date
      Nov 11th, 2005
      Location
      NoVA
      Posts
      1,254
      Vehicles
      mk5 tsi hatchback
      10-18-2012 03:46 PM #132
      Quote Originally Posted by PeeLo801 View Post
      Much thanks!
      the Torque app is great and works very well on Android.

    28. Member
      Join Date
      Apr 4th, 2012
      Location
      Sacramento, CA
      Posts
      570
      Vehicles
      2012 GLI Autobahn DSG Black Metallic Pearl
      10-18-2012 04:32 PM #133
      Quote Originally Posted by kaban View Post
      the Torque app is great and works very well on Android.
      don't mean to derail this thread much, but those codes that popped up, are those manufacturer's codes? So this app can scan for VW's codes too?
      GIAC - Stage 2 // SPM Street Downpipe // Neuspeed P-flo Intake [red] // TSW Nurburgring 18x8 [gunmetal machined face]// DG Springs

    29. Member
      Join Date
      Nov 27th, 2008
      Location
      NJ
      Posts
      519
      Vehicles
      2011 GTI Autobahn
      10-18-2012 04:37 PM #134
      Quote Originally Posted by PeeLo801 View Post
      don't mean to derail this thread much, but those codes that popped up, are those manufacturer's codes? So this app can scan for VW's codes too?
      Pretty sure, yes. You can also run logs/graphs, see live readings from your car. Clear codes. Completely worth the $30 I spent for everything. I would do it again in a heart beat.

      I would LOVE to have run some logs and compare them to others who have beat the CEL on CBFA. I just don't know which readings would be important to log this issue. I'm thinking either o2 temps and/or o2 voltage. o2 voltage seems like the better choice bc i can actually select sensors #2 & 3. When I try to read o2 temps, I can only read 1 & 2.

    30. Member jokerny77's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jul 1st, 2008
      Location
      S.I. NY
      Posts
      2,050
      Vehicles
      VW: 02 Jetta 1.8t, 2012 Beetle Turbo
      01-14-2013 12:02 PM #135
      Don't wanna beat dead horse here but, I just installed a eurojet tbe w/cat (no flash yet). Got the standard codes today p0420, also a too rich code bank 3. I have the standard L shaped spacer (pointing towards the front of the car) on the post cat o2 sensor. Should I also throw one on the pre cat or should I go with rai j spacers on both pre and post cat o2 sensors so I can also restrict the flow to the sensors?

    31. Member Slayer's Avatar
      Join Date
      Aug 8th, 2000
      Location
      Windham CT
      Posts
      10,793
      Vehicles
      2008.5 GTI w/TSI motor, 1995 GTI Vr6
      01-14-2013 01:24 PM #136
      two of the RAI / Vibrant j pipes are the way to go.. you get a lot of different options to make it work for each car
      Check out my Garage build thread -2008.5 GTI 2.0 TSI 6MT / APR stage2, 42DD 3" dp w/cat, 2 RAI o2 spacers, 3" Magnaflow exhaust, Carbonio Stg1+2 intake, AWE dv relocation w/ GFB DV+, BSH TB pipe, APR IC, South Bend Stg2 Endurance clutch, BSH mounts, Dieselgeek SS, FFM shift bracket bushings, Forge big knob shifter, Koni coils, Coolingmist CMGS Meth injection & USRT spacer (DO3 & Snow 100 nozzles), 19" Miro stp3's

    32. Member jokerny77's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jul 1st, 2008
      Location
      S.I. NY
      Posts
      2,050
      Vehicles
      VW: 02 Jetta 1.8t, 2012 Beetle Turbo
      01-14-2013 01:55 PM #137
      yeah I read a bunch of different combos, thinking the rai w/medium jet in the front and smallest jet in the back

    33. Member
      Join Date
      Dec 8th, 2011
      Location
      FL
      Posts
      148
      Vehicles
      2012 GTI
      01-14-2013 03:38 PM #138
      I'm currently running an SPM downpipe using one J spacer post-cat with the medium-sized jet. I've only traveled 300 miles, but no CEL yet.



      There are two more users on golfmk6.com with the same setup. Yes, we are CBFA, I guess it's just luck that it's working with only one spacer.
      Last edited by eduardot; 01-14-2013 at 03:41 PM.

    34. Member jokerny77's Avatar
      Join Date
      Jul 1st, 2008
      Location
      S.I. NY
      Posts
      2,050
      Vehicles
      VW: 02 Jetta 1.8t, 2012 Beetle Turbo
      01-14-2013 04:50 PM #139
      and your pointing it towards the front, spoke with someone at eurojet they said point it towards the back

    35. Member
      Join Date
      Dec 8th, 2011
      Location
      FL
      Posts
      148
      Vehicles
      2012 GTI
      01-14-2013 04:54 PM #140
      Quote Originally Posted by jokerny77 View Post
      and your pointing it towards the front, spoke with someone at eurojet they said point it towards the back
      Does your eurojet cat section look like mine? If so, maybe you could get the same results. I'm just asking because when SPM just came out there were a lot of talks about how similar they are.

      Also, I have an extra J spacer that I could sell you since I ended up only using one.

    Page 4 of 5 FirstFirst 12345 LastLast

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •