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Old 01-01-2014, 07:21 PM
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Exaust question

Im tryn to gather parts for phase 1 of make my hoe 4 wheel drive.

Need to relocate the stock exaust.

The easy and cheap way is to unbolt from the minifold and go dual

I have the mufflers and the pipe but my question is this

The o2 sensor is in the collecter that joins the 2 manifold into one just before the cat..

Where would i put the o2 sensor on a dual set up?
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jut put it in one bank as close to the maifold as you can
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why closer to the manifold ?
im glad you asked

if you run it in one bank it will run cooler than in the two if it dosent get hot enough it dosent work right
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why closer to the manifold ?
im glad you asked

if you run it in one bank it will run cooler than in the two if it dosent get hot enough it dosent work right
Unless its a three wire then it's heated
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Sweet thanks.

Soo as close to flange as possible one one side
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Unless its a three wire then it's heated
eve with a heated o2 youll have problems as generaly its a pre heat ad ot constent
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always try to mount it as close to the engine as you can get it, will give you the more accurate response time. Heated O2s just respond quicker therefore more accurate than non heated.
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Man it's heated in here




Must be am the O2 talk
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