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Old 03-14-2008, 02:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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'93 325i O2 delete

hey guys, i have the stated model and im planning on doing a turbo set up soon with custom manifold and exhaust. This would mean having to bypass the o2 sensor. what i was wondering was if it was possible and how would this be done? i usually do it with my domestics but i dont know how BMWs are set up and i also believe there are 4 wires instead of 2 which is most commonly found on the domestic cars. any help would be great thanks guys

(just for further knowledge) This particular model only has 1 o2 sensor.
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