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    Did this part let O2 sensor work?

    Hi boys,
    did this mount keep the O2 sensor dry and working? If so who sells them now?
    New Impact Racing 02 sensor mount kit for the Ultra 250/260/300x

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=191465

    Cheers
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    No one uses it?

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    mike and a few others are using it but keep in mind its not perfect and only as good as your gasket seal.

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    Cheers mate, what else is available out there for 02 sensor mounting?

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    I think I saw one in the glass counter at Jetski world on the GC the other week.

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    As 300x said. They are a good thing but Kawi has a very wet exhaust so be prepared to have sensor failures.

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    How long are they getting between sensor failures? 1 hour 10 hours?

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    you guess it 1st time ...

    sort of like the question . " how long is a piece of string ? "

    Yes it does work , just take it easy on the tension you tighten the sensor to as the thread are a bit shallow and have been know to tear out if you tension to a normal torque... so less tension is more thread life
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    Thanks Waz pity they can't be installed to last a year like my seadoo ones did, but oh well it doesn't take too long to tune if we get the right info, have you got any pics of the sensor installed on a 300/310?
    cheers

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