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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-06-2013, 08:35 AM Thread Starter
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Bazzaz AFM O2 sensor location for stock exhaust

I was going to install my Bazzaz today and it says to install after the cat. There is not a lot of space after the cat so I am curious where people have put their sensor. I was planning on getting aftermarket exhaust later in the year buy would like to get it up and running now with the Bazzaz

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Anyone have anything?

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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-25-2013, 06:53 PM
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Err, I thought part of the Bazzaz AFM install was to disconnect the stock 02 sensors, and then you just screw the Bazzaz 02 sensor into either of the stock bungs in the header. Why do you think it should be downstream from the cat?
BTW, I don't have mine yet, probably arrives next week some time. Will let you know what I do.
I went the DanMoto cat delete route (cheapskate, saving $'s for trackdays, so sue me

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Bazzaz AFM O2 sensor location for stock exhaust

I would be surprised if it wanted it after the cat .
U do need to unplug stock o2 sensors.
The Bazzaz o2 sensor wouldn't fit into my stock exhaust , Bazzaz is bigger.
You will need to weld a bung in .


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Yeah, I found out that before the cat is fine. The O2 sensor thread difference is annoying. I will just wait to get a new exhaust here in a couple months

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