Riss Racing downpipes fit poorly and the O2 sensors were pressing against one another.
Another angle of the O2 sensors making contact with the Riss Racing downpipes.
Slightly blurry close-up of O2 sensors in Riss Racing downpipes.
Closeup of O2 sensors in Riss Racing downpipes.
Poor fit of Riss Racing downpipes caused them to make contact with various parts of the car.
Another view of the O2 sensors in the Riss Racing downpipes.
Riss Racing downpipes and poorly fitting O2 sensors.
The Riss Racing downpipes were fitted correctly in the car, as shown by this pic where the outlets line up correctly, but they did not allow for the upper O2 sensors to be seated properly.
Extremely tight fit for the Riss Racing intake.
Even with the steering reservoir moved per Riss Racing instructions the Riss Racing intake doesn't fit well.
Riss Racing intake pushing against steering fluid reservoir.
With the Riss Racing plenum installed along with their intake and the steering fluid reservoir moved as instructed, nothing fit correctly.
Another view of the Riss Racing plenum.
Steering reservoir moved as far as possible per Riss Racing's instructions.
Riss Racing plenum, poorly made, cuts aren't straight, welds are sloppy, label is falling off.
Damage to the filter because the Riss Racing intake and steering reservoir were too close together when installed per instructions.
Another view showing how the Riss Racing parts just won't fit the way they instructed.
Very tight fit for the plenum.
I managed to make it work with a new bracket supplied by Riss Racing for the steering fluid reservoir.
Poorly coated red intake from Riss Racing offered to make up for all the problems with the poor fitting exhaust and downpipes.
Burnt spot in weld visible on the Riss Racing intake.
Riss Racing logo bleeding through poor powder-coat job.
These O2 sensors were damaged after being installed in the Riss Racing downpipes.
The bottom O2 sensor clearly shows the dent put in it by the two pressing together when installed in the Riss Racing downpipes.