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    Whats the consensus on the R&D Xtender?

    Aside from tapping the mani, I'm looking at the R&D xtender. Are you more prone to frying your 02 sensor? Are the readings accurate in that position?


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    I would look for a jpipe already with a bung before the rd

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    I have a 692 mani and an 08 exhaust setup. I either have the option of trying to tap the 692 mani and 99% hitting the water jacket or the Xtender. This why I'm inquiring about the xtender.

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    I think the Xtender was made to get access to the charger without pulling the exhoust. But why not just put it in the J-pipe ?

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    Put it in the j pipe. Only 80.00 for Nils at Rude Performance to do it.

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    I'm going to try this again... I don't have a J pipe. I have an 08 exh setup with midpipe and modified 08 waterbox.

    I need somewhere to put an 02 sensor. I do not want to tap the 692 mani.

    i vaguely remember reading people toasting their 02 sensors with the xtender. This is why I'm asking.

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    Dont waste your time with it. Your better off with a tapped manifold. The sensors have issues running in the j pipes pretty often.

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    That 08 setup is nice without dealing with the J pipe & would be better if you could tap that mid pipe..

    Ive heard reports from a reliable source that with the higher modified ski's with 8600+ ecu's, 14+ boost, etc.... the extender will slowly melt away. This was the case a few times for long WOT runs such as endurance racing & alike.. I'm not sure about the 80+ mph river/weekend warrior rider that WOT's it for short blasts though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Dont waste your time with it. Your better off with a tapped manifold. The sensors have issues running in the j pipes pretty often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperRy View Post
    I'm going to try this again... I don't have a J pipe. I have an 08 exh setup with midpipe and modified 08 waterbox.

    I need somewhere to put an 02 sensor. I do not want to tap the 692 mani.

    i vaguely remember reading people toasting their 02 sensors with the xtender. This is why I'm asking.
    Sorry, I didn't read the 08 in the first post. My fault. I would get a 693 manifold and tap it. Don't waste the money on the extender.

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