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    2011 RXT-X AFR and boost mounting locations

    Where is the best place to mount the sensors for the AFR and Boost gague on a 2011 RXT-X, also where have u mounted the gagues??

    Pics would be a great help


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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin RXT-X View Post
    Where is the best place to mount the sensors for the AFR and Boost gague on a 2011 RXT-X, also where have u mounted the gagues??

    Pics would be a great help


    Thanks

    O2 sensor for AFR goes into the exhaust manifold. For the boost line its best to use one of the nipples that comes of each of the runners on the inlet mani. My gauges are mounted in my mirror pods.

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