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Old 13 Oct 2008, 07:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi boys and girls, newby to the forums,Just wanting to know what to do when i de cat the impreza, As this contains the lambda sensor, what do i do with it and will it affect the running, also, am i right in saying that the impreza has 2 cats, thanks.
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Re: wrx decatting

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This link should answer your question about the lambda sensor.

Link: lambda sensor

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am i right in saying that the impreza has 2 cats


The 2001-2002 Impreza have 3 cats.

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Old 13 Oct 2008, 08:20 PM   #3 (permalink)
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thanks pete, does this mean then that i would only be removing the resinator section
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thanks pete, does this mean then that i would only be removing the resinator section

you can partialy or fully decat, but if you fully decat then theres no gaurenty it will work correctly, new age tend to suffer from boost issues whenyou free up the system, best bet is if you want to fully decat then get it remapped as well
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