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    Stock 2002 Corvette wideband

    Anyone know if possible and where can a wideband be added on the stock exhaust system?

    I live in Bakersfield CA so can't do long tubes

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    its best after the header collector, x pipe is good
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    You may just have to remove the factory o2 sensor and tune it with the wideband in open loop, then remove it when you are done and go back to closed loop.

    I know it's pretty damn tight under there and welding in another bung before the cats is likely not an option.
    2016 Silverado CCSB 5.3/6L80e, not as slow but still heavy.

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    Not sure if xpipe will be ok for smog

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5FDP View Post
    You may just have to remove the factory o2 sensor and tune it with the wideband in open loop, then remove it when you are done and go back to closed loop.

    I know it's pretty damn tight under there and welding in another bung before the cats is likely not an option.
    Thinks its even worth it for a wideband?