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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-30-2016, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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Question on MIL eliminators

I plan on removing my cats from the system, its a 97 4.6. They are rusted and I hear rattling.

Would I use MIL eliminators like these to plug the O2 sensors?

Mustang Plug-in MIL Eliminators (96-04 All) - Free Shipping

I know removing the cats changes the readings the O2 sensors get.

Thank you for any input.

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I plan on removing my cats from the system, its a 97 4.6. They are rusted and I hear rattling.

Would I use MIL eliminators like these to plug the O2 sensors?

Mustang Plug-in MIL Eliminators (96-04 All) - Free Shipping

I know removing the cats changes the readings the O2 sensors get.

Thank you for any input.
Like to know this as well on my 97?
Mine aren't rusted all new dynomax dual exhaust setup.
They're not as throaty as I would like is there a gain to be had by deleting?
My 91 had cat deleted and magnaflows but it was still a dog of a car anyhow in the end
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You could use the MIL Eliminators which are expensive and makes me wonder why you wouldn't just buy a couple of high flow cats instead or you could just buy spark plug non-foulers and do that particular trick to allow you to remove the cats without tuning the car. It's literally just dollars involved and it's very easy to do.

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