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Originally Posted by rsrmike View Post
Man o Man 356, I can never get enough pics of your work!!! Note, if your o2 sensor ever pukes, you may have to move the "bung" where the sensor isn't upsidedown.

They say that exhaust condensation will collect in the sensor and fry the heater circuit... Although considering the amazing feat you have pulled off, there probably isn't room to put it anywhere else and you probably already knew that!!
Mike:
Thanks for the kind comments.
Yes, the sensor will die from condensation, should be mounted between 10-2 o'clock. You are right, because of the need to get as far away from turbo as practical, it had to be installed at the wrong angle it could be remove, a necessity to be able to remove the exhaust pipe/muffler assembly when needed.
Fortunately, a new O2 sensor costs less than $100. I tell myself it's an expense item in the grand scheme of properly maintaining a 930 engine.
Chris
Old 11-18-2008, 02:30 PM
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