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Supersprint exhaust cel delete with Mygenius?

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I installed the Supersprint GT3 exhaust, am very pleased with the increase in low end torque, but off course, the cel light illuminates...

 

I know that GT3's celcan not be corrected with Durametric, but I wonder if someone knows if the FVD Mygenius system can solve this problem. I would download the ecu data from the car, send them by mail to FVD Germany and ask them to resend an updated ecu program that kills the cel.

 

Could this solve the problem? 

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I installed the Supersprint GT3 exhaust, am very pleased with the increase in low end torque, but off course, the cel light illuminates...

 

I know that GT3's celcan not be corrected with Durametric, but I wonder if someone knows if the FVD Mygenius system can solve this problem. I would download the ecu data from the car, send them by mail to FVD Germany and ask them to resend an updated ecu program that kills the cel.

 

Could this solve the problem? 

 

What code(s) is the car throwing?

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In the meanwhile, the Durametric recognises my dme 7.8.2. The fault code says " bank 1 2 and bank 2 2". So clearly it was a fault due to the 100 cel cats from the supersprint exhaust...However, FVD is going to send me an ecu program that will delete the cel via Mygenius. I will keep you posted.

On another topic : i have to pass my car for technical inspection here in Belgium. I am sure that there will be too much decibels from the exhaust. Does anybody knows a solution, that can be implemented just for one day, without having to change the whole system,to reduce the decibels. I have 102 db now....(ie put for one day a self made silencer tube with perforated pipe,rvs wool and damping fiber, in the mid exit muffler...)

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