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    AFR Sensor location on 2008 215hp.

    I'm wondering where to put the sensor as there is no longer a j-pipe. can i drill and tap the manifold like ive seen people do on the X ski's?


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    The 08 exhaust manifold are the same, so drill it the same spot as the PX.
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    right next to the top exhaust manifold outlet.. this is the 1/8th npt, the Afr port needs to be 1/2 npt..


    ehh jp you rotten bastard..beat me to it,lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by jp1300r View Post
    The 08 exhaust manifold are the same, so drill it the same spot as the PX.
    Quote Originally Posted by ctriverguy View Post
    right next to the top exhaust manifold outlet.. this is the 1/8th npt, the Afr port needs to be 1/2 npt..


    ehh jp you rotten bastard..beat me to it,lol

    Thanks guys for the info and pic's Im just waiting for my warranty to run out then i want to do a green wheel or GEN II wheel, fizzel innercooler + #42's aswell as a boost & AFR gauge.

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    I thought I would wait for my warranty to run out, too. Well....

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    aha im going to try and stick it out. my warranty runs out this time next year and i have about 4 week left till the end of boat season here. Long weekend this weekend here so i dont care if its snowing ill be out riding. And I bet I get to do my 1st oil change this weekend on my ski, Have 4hr's as of now and if its a nice weekend i bet ill put 12+ on it if im lucky

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    Any reason the manifold can't be drilled while still bolted on the motor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPower View Post
    Any reason the manifold can't be drilled while still bolted on the motor?
    If your not straight, you will hit the jacket. Drill press is way better.

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