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Originally Posted by robert_snyder View Post
Sand-man,

I'm thinking that way too. Maybe install the O2 for the LM-1 in my current O2 sensor location. I would like to keep an eye on my AFR. Thats probably what I'm going to do.

Also- I had a local mechanic tell me today that 3% CO is good but under load the
engine likes fuel and could get more toque at 6%CO at 1 bar...whatta ya think?

Is this true?

Thanks

Bob
To be honest, I've heard that locating a wide-band sensor BEFORE the turbo is not the way to go. Most of the setups I've seen locate the sensor AFTER the turbo, approximately 6" downstream of the turbo exhaust.
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