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Keith, I'm about ready to pull the trigger on a complete system. The one thing holding me back is a cel with no cats. Are the spacers good enough to fool the ecu or would I need simulators? I have a 13.

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I'm having great success with the spacers. Not quite 100% but will be soon.
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I'm having great success with the spacers. Not quite 100% but will be soon.

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Would this replace the o2 sim that I bought from URD that is not working? Let me know I keep getting that P0138 voltage code that I talked to you about a week or so ago.
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Would this replace the o2 sim that I bought from URD that is not working? Let me know I keep getting that P0138 voltage code that I talked to you about a week or so ago.
I had voltage code on my o2 sensors..exhaust leak was my issue. .v clamp wasnt sealed. .took apart. Rtv around inside pipe and it was gone.. but I'm starting to hear exhaust leak again
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I had voltage code on my o2 sensors..exhaust leak was my issue. .v clamp wasnt sealed. .took apart. Rtv around inside pipe and it was gone.. but I'm starting to hear exhaust leak again

That could be the problem with mine to now that you bring that up. I had a leak on the drivers side header to mid pipe. I had a hard time getting them together properly. I will have to check if a leak has popped back up.

When I took them back apart the 1st time to try and fix the leak I sanded down the midpipe with a little sandpaper and got it to fit tighter but not all the way snug.

Did using the Rtv sealant help?
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That could be the problem with mine to now that you bring that up. I had a leak on the drivers side header to mid pipe. I had a hard time getting them together properly. I will have to check if a leak has popped back up.

When I took them back apart the 1st time to try and fix the leak I sanded down the midpipe with a little sandpaper and got it to fit tighter but not all the way snug.

Did using the Rtv sealant help?
Yeah rtv did.. Loosen up your exhaust. .vclamp off and loosen y pipe bolts.. tighten clamp first than the y part last.
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Exactly

V bands are proving to be finnicky. But by tightening the v band first you make that seal. The 2 hole flange seals no matter what.
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Going to try that this Sunday and see if it fixes the p0138 I keep getting. I unplug the battery to clear it and it comes back on after roughly 200-300 miles.

I should just get them welded together and be done with the v-clamps.

Side note I got spoolins shift kit installed and it kicks ass with the combination of the jba's and 3" race exhaust. No more soft slow shifts. But it's going to take some time to get used to the 2-3 3-4 pushes you back for sure the 1-2 isn't to bad.
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I'm pissed I called spoolin and he's 2 months behind .. and everyone has the damn shift kit
u don't have the knock off techstream? I use that to check codes and clear codes
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Ya I was 4-5 on his list and a couple guys passed it up. I just put my valve body back in the mail to him this morning. Now I'm working on getting a supercharger next.

No I don't have that. But I have basically worthless bd tuner still in the box I believe I can use to check and clear codes with.
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Do you live in an area where they salt the roads in winter? Also, are we going to ballz out power or just sound? Reason I ask, you CAN have both

Corsa makes a sweet setup for tundras, but it's tuned for use after stock manifolds and stock cats. If you put one of those after Jba long tubes the sound won't be as desirable. Also, I've tested Jba long tubes using single exhaust versus dual exhaust. Dual exhaust is by far better. Not only that, but dual 3"!! That's right, dual 3" exhaust on a naturally aspirated daily driver (off road of course) works best on these trucks.

We make a dual 3" exhaust system with X pipe and any style of tailpipes you could want (Rcsb is somewhat limited due to space limitations) and it all bolts right on to the truck like factory parts would.

I can make your truck sound really good at full throttle, yet quieter than a catback at 70mph.
Keith,

I am confused are you talking about true 3" for a NA Tundra 5.7L here.


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Keith,

I am confused are you talking about true 3" for a NA Tundra 5.7L here.
yessir. Dual 3" with X pipe on a n/a Tundra. This makes 49hp 89tq to the wheels over stock. Zero loss of bottom end tq, there is actually a ton of gain!!
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Hey Keith, So how far out are we? I know your waiting to mock up the TRD exits. I'm clearing the garage out for the install...
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almost there. headers are in. mandrel bends are in. mufflers are made. just need to put it all together.
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Hey Keith, So how far out are we? I know your waiting to mock up the TRD exits. I'm clearing the garage out for the install...
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mid pipes and catback are done just need to build tailpipes. Hope to get that done before end of week but it's slipping away quickly. early next week worse case scenario
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