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So i have a bbk long tubes and matching catted xpipe and have not been able to get rid of the dreaded p1000 code and i have driven well over 5000 miles. I talked to bama performance and they made a change to my tune but that hasn't helped. So my question is does anyone know a tuner that has experience in setting up a tune that is emissions friendly or does anyone know of any tricks to get rid of the code
 

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Yeah, because your rear O2s are off. They need to be on to not get the P1000. But the tune has to be just right so your high flow cats don't trip the catalyst inefficiency codes.
 

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So i have a bbk long tubes and matching catted xpipe and have not been able to get rid of the dreaded p1000 code and i have driven well over 5000 miles. I talked to bama performance and they made a change to my tune but that hasn't helped. So my question is does anyone know a tuner that has experience in setting up a tune that is emissions friendly or does anyone know of any tricks to get rid of the code
Hey,

I'm sorry to hear that you can't shake the P1000 Code. Making an emissions friendly file can definitely be tricky. However our head tuning specialist Mike Wilson definitely has it down!

Shoot me a PM with your contact information and I'll have Mike contact you directly to get you squared away! Hang in there, you'll be enjoying your tune with no P1000 code in no time.

-Dan
 

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FYI, you shouldn't get the P1000 with the rear O2's turned off. Of course, it won't pass inspection either haha. If you get the P1000 with the rear O2s turned on and you have cats, then I'd see about getting the tune adjusted. Usually, it's just changing the delay time from the O2 sensors.

I just went through this with my car. It passed the emissions check with with cats on it.
 

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With some high flow cats there is not a big enough difference between the front and rear sensors. This tells the car that they are not working correctly and will not show ready on the OBD readiness test. If you turn them off you should have no problem. Do you need them on for smog?
 

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I sent all your information over to my Head Tuning Specialist Mike Wilson! From what I understand, he's already got you all squared away?

Let me know if I can be of any further assistance!

-Dan
 
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