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    temperature sensors

    well i have a riva stinger pipe(s1), the exhaust temp is jumpered, do i need to jumper the water temp sensor or can it just be unpluged ? or is there another type of jumper plug made for this ?

    Thanks , Brandon


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    You can just keep the sensor plugged and tie strap it to the side at the harness.

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    My two cents - do not disable the water temp sensor. If you have to have a bung welded into the S1, then do it. The temp sensor may save your engine one day. It's already saved me once.

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