Need answers before purchasing H-Pipe

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  1. 99LEGT

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    I currently have a bad bank-1 hego heat sensor on my catalyst, this sensor is not effecting performance "as per the dealer". My question is if I remove the cat's and replace them with a pacesetter off road H pipe what additional parts will I need to buy so I don't get the check engine light from comming on? I know there are alot of sensors on this assembly for the 99 GT.
     
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    If you get an off road h pipe then all you will need are some mills. Im not sure if I understand your question, but why doesnt ford give you a new H pipe?
     
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    MIL eliminators for the sensors right before the cat-back. Tells the computer you still have cats on.
     
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    Purchase H-Pipe rather than replacing sensor

    Sorry to confuse you but I'm thinking rather than spending the $200.00 to replace the "out of waranty" sensor I'd go buy an H-Pipe(without cat's) which I wanted all along. Once the H-Pipe was installed I was wondering if the mechanic would need additional parts due to the factory sensors that would have nowhere to go on the new H-Pipe
     
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