just thought I would make my own build thread to track progress and add to instead of making a new post every time I did something
Gotcha. Just be mindful, leaning it even more can than stock opens the door to detonation, which can cause engine damage if you don't notice it. The last thing you want is a hole in your piston lol. If you don't run it WOT too much until you get a power commander you should be safe.yea I was planning on getting the power commander anyway
if I notice any problems ill put the baffle back in until I get it
FordTruckMan, I don't know how the amount of exhaust pipe restriction (or lack of) affects the AF ratio? Does an O2 sensor measure exhaust pressure too? Please explain. ThanksI don't want to rain on your parade but you actually might end up increasing the exhaust temps unless you put a fuel controller on there. You have effectively leaned out the A/F ration even more now. If I were you I would seriously consider getting a fuel controller, or even a PCV with ignition timing too.
Well, the simplest explanation is this:FordTruckMan, I don't know how the amount of exhaust pipe restriction (or lack of) affects the AF ratio? Does an O2 sensor measure exhaust pressure too? Please explain. Thanks
Do you notice any more tendency to lift the inside tire if you take a turn at speed? The only thing that would concern me is is powersliding would be less predictable and make it feel tippy without the bar in place. But hell, if you don't do much of that, the benefits of removing it certainly seem better.ill never hook it back up. ive removed them from both my rhino and grizzly as well, they all go on the trash pile. ive never had an issue. taking it off doesn't instantly turn it into a death machine. sense then ive had it around our backyard track and on the road and all is good. its not a racecar, id much rather have the flex on the trails
I am an avid Jeeper as well and we use quick disconnects on our swaybars. Anyone here built or tried this for the swaybar disconnect?