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    R&D O2 Sensor Mount

    Any experence, good or bad, with the R&D 333-80155 O2 Sensor Mount. I'm considering putting it on my 08 P-X?



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    Yup, I have and didn't like it,ended up getting rid of it.....I tapped my exhaust manifold and like it much better...Much cleaner install with less crap in the engine bay...I also had to drill/cut out the bell on my manifold cause the sensor was not reading right as it was not in the direct flow of exhaust,and IMO the sensor works/reads better in the direct flow of exhaust,The extender puts the sensor right above the bell out of the exhaust flow...Some may have not had this issue and some might have...i know i did...

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    Anyone else used this as i am considering ordering for a 2012 PX?

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    Re: R&D O2 Sensor Mount

    Way easier to just tap the manifold, if you don't have the tools to do it I'll do it for you, especially if it's on a 08 and newer manifold

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo02xp View Post
    Way easier to just tap the manifold, if you don't have the tools to do it I'll do it for you, especially if it's on a 08 and newer manifold
    How is it way easier to tap the manifold? When this part goes on with no drilling or mani removal?

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    I have one for sale if your are interested.

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    Thanks mate, I already got one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo02xp View Post
    Way easier to just tap the manifold, if you don't have the tools to do it I'll do it for you, especially if it's on a 08 and newer manifold
    Thank you altho I am in England unless you are willing to travel (I'm not paying the plane fair!). I have someone to do it and think I may do it this way as more people seem to recommend it than the R&D adaptor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussiepauly View Post
    Thanks mate, I already got one!
    Does it work perfectly? Ive read its hard to get the sensor in the direct airflow?
    And was it easy to install?

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    Why would you bother with these when it is so easy to remove the manifold and drill and tap for the O2 sensor. You save money and have less crap cluttering the engine bay.

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