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96-04 Mustang - O2 Sensor Open Loop Controller - Delete 4.6 5.0 Gt Off Road on 2040-parts.com

US $29.99
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Boynton Beach, Florida, United States

Boynton Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:AMP Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:LYP Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front, Rear Part Brand:LYP

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96-04 Mustang Mustang - O2 Sensor Open Loop Controller - 

( Delete your O2 Sensors for all OFF ROAD APPLICATIONS )

Regular price: $ 69.99 
Item #  OLCIn stock
Ships the same business day

           
Description 

This listing is for a Pair of NEW Oxygen Sensor Open Loop

Controllers for 94-04 Ford Mustang V8s. Gives you the ability to delete your O2 Sensors for all OFF ROAD APPLICATIONS. 


Installation

The only thing that will need to be done is snip off the tabs on the Passenger Side to fit into OEM sensor plug as the tab alignment is usually different from year to year.This can be done with a simple razor knife and 1 or 2 minutes.

Fits these Vehicles:


Ford Mustang

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 

NOTE: All o2 - OLP and Catalytic Converter Delete tuning products are STRICTLY FOR OFF-ROAD USE ONLY or use in  countries outside of the United States that do not have emissions  requirements! These products are NOT for use on any vehicle registered for highway use in the USA. According to the EPA Clean Air Act, they are illegal for use on any Federal, State, or Local public highways and illegal use is punishable by the penalties enacted by the mentioned laws. 

IMPORTANT NOTE:  We cannot stress  this enough, all o2 - OLP controllers and  or related  tuning products are  STRICTLY FOR OFF-ROAD USE ONLY or use in  countries outside of the United States that do not have emissions  requirements. According to the EPA Clean Air Act, these products are illegal for use on any Federal, State, or Local public highways and such illegal use is punishable by the penalties enacted by the mentioned laws.  We do not condone illegal use of these products. 

Remember, this kit and all other related tuning products are STRICTLY FOR legally sanctioned closed course RACING USE ONLY... or use in countries outside of the United States that do not have emissions requirements... OR EXEMPTED GOVERNMENT AGENCIES / MILITARY USE ONLY!!!!! 

The law is you have to do as they say, not as they do.

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