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Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by earnhardtgm3, Mar 14, 2016.
Yep, here's a quick one from my file.
When I took the Holley EFI course They said to keep the O2 sensor at the 1 or two o'clock position or 10 or 11 o'clock position depending on left or right sides because the o2 sensor will last longer if put at that position because of moisture at start up.
How does this look, really about only place I can get them up at 2 o'clock or so.
What about putting them where it shows in the following pics? Only place possible to get 2 and 10 o'clock. A little further back, but closed to collectors would mean 3 and 9 oclock.
Looks good ChevyReb, if your going for that position close to a seam/step, use the shorter 1" bungs, I buy them from Vibrant in packs of 5, I buy a lot LOL.
These are the ones I have. I used one for practice to dial in the welder settings.
Hope these are good! ?
Yep, they look good, what are they, 1/2" or so?
Send a message to KnuckleDragger. If anyone knows about O2 sensors,
it's him. Lol
They look good to me. They only warn about putting them where the condensation built up in the exhaust can puddle up and ruin the sensor. Anywhere above the lower half of the pipe should be fine.