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    Bung installing for the innovate o2 sensor ?

    Hi

    I just got my Innovate lc-1 kit to my door today.

    I have seen diffrents ways to install the bung for the o2 sensor ?

    Should I install it in the J-pipe og the exhoust manifold ? Why do some of you install it in the manifold ? I can weld it at my self, so I would like to install it in the J-pipe but just wanna hear your opinions ?


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    The manifold is your best place!

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    why not the j-pipe ?

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    J-pipe works good for me!!
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    looks great. I was wondering if there is any place on the j-pipe that only has one layer of metal ? or are there cooling space all over the j-pipe ?

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