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    Honda wideband 02 Kit Install

    Hi Guys

    Since Iím going to mess around with my Honda I decided I will follow in Jlfx car audioís footsteps by installing a wideband o2 kit.
    I finally got my Innovate MTX-L wideband AFR kit today.
    Two things I would like to know is where on the exhaust (stock) should I put the bung (aluminium) and where is an easy place to get ignition power from if you can call it that?

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    The crossover pipe from turbo to muffler is where I would make the bung . but remember its water jacketed so u will need to cut a larger hole in outer pipe to gain access to inner pipe for welding .
    Make sure u mount the sensor on its side or on top just in case water does make it inside pipe it can't sit on sensor.
    Also theirs a 6or8 pin harness below steering column that goes to start button . I taped it so when lanyard is in it powers up my electronics . FYI to gain better access remove front farring on left side and remove the vent this will allow u to pull wires out of ski to solder them easily .

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    Aluminium bung

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    I would run it on a seperate switch not off the ingnition. Jmo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by h2jim View Post
    I would run it on a seperate switch not off the ingnition. Jmo.
    Why not off the ignition H2jim?
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    no idea just run a relay 12V that will switch direct power when you energize the lanyard.....that way when your cranking the motor it does not glitch the gauge.

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    That's nice work Jlfix audio guy will get your 1200 going pretty good

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    Quote Originally Posted by NOIDEA View Post
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    I would run it on a seperate switch not off the ingnition. Jmo.
    Why not off the ignition H2jim?
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    I was always told the O2 sensor needs to heat up before the engine is on. Running it on it's own switch will allow you to turn in on and heat up. When the heat cycle is done then you can fire up the ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by h2jim View Post
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    I would run it on a seperate switch not off the ingnition. Jmo.
    Why not off the ignition H2jim?
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    I was always told the O2 sensor needs to heat up before the engine is on. Running it on it's own switch will allow you to turn in on and heat up. When the heat cycle is done then you can fire up the ski.


    you will want to run motor first......sensor will warm up on its own and then start showing a reading......if you heat sensor first then start motor the hot sensor will get some condensation in it and shock sensor and shorten its life. It says it in the directions that come with the kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickWhite View Post
    That's nice work Jlfix audio guy will get your 1200 going pretty good
    Thanks Joey. You guys have been really helpful. Like I said monkey see monkey do. LOL! BTW I think I wound that old problem of mine where it won’t rev past 4k after a few WOT. While I was busy setting the clamp voltage I took a T piece and connected it to the waste gate and the map sensor just to see @ what voltage the waste gate opens. So after like 4 or 5 times I pressed the syringe in I see that the waste gate doesn't close properly, but wait like a minute or so and it slaps close. At the end of the day it looks like the problem is a sticky waste gate actuator. I will make sure that the O2 heats up before I start the ski.

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