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    where does the AFR gauga hook up at?

    like it says where does the AFR gauge hook up at is it where you put your boost gauge?


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    You need to add a port for the oxygen sensor there are three locations that can be used.
    1. Drill and tap the exhaust manifold near the upper water out fitting.
    2. Buy the j-pipe extender.
    3. Weld a bung to your j-pipe.

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    i dont have jpipe i have the x box

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    No..A/F guage connects to the 02 sencor which youll have to have your exhaust manifold drilled and tapped...OR the easier route but more costly is to purchase R&Ds exhaust extender..

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    im lost?

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    read my signature and tell me what to do please

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevorxp007 View Post
    im lost?
    On the exhaust manifold there is a spot were you can drill into the exhaust port...In that spot youll need to drill and then tap it for the threads on the O2 sencor..BUT it may be better for you to get the exhaust extender:



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    R&D Exhaust Manifold X-Tender / O2 Sensor Mount Kit

    $149.95

    The R&D High Performance Exhaust Manifold X-Tender with O2 Sensor Mount Kit is a creative and unique product The R&D Exhaust X-Tender Kit allows the exhaust to be extended 2 inches which will move the water muffler back 2 inches creating enough room to be able to change out a supercharger (Hot) in 5 minutes. No more hassling with extremely hot exhaust pipes, water mufflers and V-band clamps! An additional bonus is the oxygen sensor mount incorporated into the X-Tender, allowing quick and easy installation of an AFR Gauge (Air/Fuel Ratio) for properly tuning the X power plant. The X-Tender kit installs easily using an additional OEM V-band clamp. Install the R&D Exhaust X-Tender kit in place and never hassle a supercharger change out again. Once installed and used you will wonder why the factory didn’t build it this way! The R&D X-Tender is manufactured from the highest grade stainless steel exhaust material available. The R&D kit will install directly to all Sea-Doo X supercharged models using O.E.M. BRP hardware. You will need to purchase an extra OEM V band clamp. One is not provided.

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    You need to install this into your j-pipe. A bung hole for your O2 sensor to go into. Or drill and tap your manifold. Then get your self an LC-1 wide band AF setup
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLD06RXP View Post
    You need to install this into your j-pipe. A bung hole for your O2 sensor to go into. Or drill and tap your manifold. Then get your self an LC-1 wide band AF setup
    Gold,

    I want to monitor my AFR. I want to install a gauge. Can! I install the Sensor to the J-pipe. I already have a bung hole in my J-pipe. If this sensor is the same of the LM1 and LM2.

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    Yes the O2 sensor goes into the j-pipe.

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