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Postby paintgod93 » Tue Jan 29, 2002 11:16 pm

I finally found a place that has a cat for my 96, here is the email I got back from the company.
Hi
your beretta has only one sensor on the converter,there is one infront of the
cat but not attached to it.The correct highflow converter for your application
is pt#XF609.Thank you for writing, we look forward to filling this order for
you. Please E-mail us with any other questions you may have.
                                             Thank you!!!


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Postby gar187er » Tue Jan 29, 2002 11:24 pm

i never heard of anyone havin probs getting a high flow for a 3100 before....what company was this you were talking to?


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Postby rweatherford » Tue Jan 29, 2002 11:41 pm

Quote (paintgod93 @ Jan. 29 2002,11:16)
I finally found a place that has a cat for my 96, here is the email I got back from the company.
Hi
your beretta has only one sensor on the converter,there is one infront of the
cat but not attached to it.The correct highflow converter for your application
is pt#XF609.Thank you for writing, we look forward to filling this order for
you. Please E-mail us with any other questions you may have.
                       Thank you!!!

Just put a high flow unit in and then have the second O2 sensor put into the pipe after it.


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Postby Guest » Wed Jan 30, 2002 5:57 pm

Wait, so are you saying that i wouldn't be able to go out and buy a "brand X" high flow cat?  I have to get a special kind of cat since i have a 3100?



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Postby Guest » Wed Jan 30, 2002 6:00 pm

You can use any cat, but you need to have an oxygen sensor holder welded into the pipe after the cat.



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Postby 98beretta kid » Wed Jan 30, 2002 6:04 pm

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You can use any cat, but you need to have an oxygen sensor holder welded into the pipe after the cat.
im getting ready to redo my exhaust, were there any oxygen sensors on the cats?? my car is an 89 equipped with a 2.8


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Postby Guest » Wed Jan 30, 2002 6:08 pm

You just have one in the exhaust manifold near the engine.
The 2nd one is only on OBDII cars. I'm not sure when they started it, but it was sometime in 95.



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Postby 98beretta kid » Wed Jan 30, 2002 6:41 pm

ok, thank you :)


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Postby Guest » Wed Jan 30, 2002 7:41 pm

Mid 95 is when OBDII was introduced. Before that, there was just 1 O2 sensor, in the manifold. I only have one O2 sensor... I also had no problem with getting a hi-flow cat, since I only have the one sensor.

Do what Rex said, there are places (Jegs, Summit) that sells O2 sensor weld in fittings...




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