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    O2 Sensor question

    Does everybody remove their O2 sensor on a regular basis? you only use to tune and thats all, not to monitor? If you use this heat sink bung on the j-pipe install will that protect it better and allow you to leave it in for monitoring purposes? I ordered this setup... http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=150
    Will this allow you to leave in the sensor?
    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=158
    Didn't realize you could only use to tune...then had to pull it...Any input is appreciated! I've put 92 hours on my 2006 rxp since new. How many hours before you burn up an O2 sensor?


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    I leave mine in three seasons same sensor

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    I leave mine in three seasons same sensor
    Thanks. And you told me before that I don,t even need that heat sink. Wonder why they pull them out? I read a post that said they only use to tune!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    I leave mine in three seasons same sensor
    +1 been in for near two years now still working fine. I do have to crank my fuel pressure up a tad when its really cool out. Then during the heat of the summer I lower it a tad.

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    I'm running mine for 2 seasons now,still perfect.

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    Some fear the water will foul the wide band senor.
    Everything on a ski is expensive whats another $100 sensor now and again?
    Totally your own preference.

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    I run mine all season,just take it out during the winter months..

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    Mine is in for 2 seasons and 160 hrs. No problems.

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    Sorry I didn't answer. Weekend was to good of weather not to ride...I'm sure you all understand! Anyways, Are all of you running them in the j-pipe except for eric?

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    Mines in the j pipe.

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