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    wideband location

    Where is the best place to put a wideband 02 sensor on these?

    I really am considering putting one on.

    Jason


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    Here is where I put mine. Its single wall and the pad is cast there like its made for a sensor. When I am not running it I put an 18mm drain plug in the hole.
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    I guess it does not get wet there. No problems with moisture on the sensor?

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    There is no water in the exhaust until it gets into the water box. There is water in the jacket around the pipe but where the sensor is its solid.

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    yes, thanks I took mine apart shortly after posting the question and it is dry until the waterbox. I only see one water connection into the entire exhaust.

    Jason

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