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after seeing the Brumos 965 turbo at Rennsport III with a similar set up I think I may need one of these. . ., nice work Rarly. . .please keep me posted on the raw, unpolished look like Sand_man was looking for as well. Bryce
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Old 11-06-2007, 12:17 PM
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Great product - we've been searching for something like this for a long time!
Way to go.
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Old 11-06-2007, 12:32 PM
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Ordered the first one (the one currently installed on his car on page 1), today...anxiously awaiting it!
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What is the real issue of mounting the O2 sensor too close to the turbo outlet? Is it too hot there which destroys the sensor or is it a gas turbulence issue?
What is the perfect place for the install of the sensor as there is only about 4-6 inches of space between the turbo outlet and the inlet to the muffler on most set-ups that I have seen.
I would think that O2 sensors can take lots of exhaust temperature as the latest push in cars is moving the catalyst and thus the primary O2 sensor as close to the exhaut ports in the cylinder head as possible for quick lightoff. This raises the temps that the O2 sensor sees similar to what placing it near the turbo outlet would do.

Fred
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Old 11-06-2007, 12:37 PM
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The "965 Style" setup passed all the tests this weekend so the first production batch has been released. Give me a call or e-mail for pricing.

The sound level should be just the right compromise for the wife and the track. All the right noises are still there, they just won't make you deaf after a day trip to the mountains (unless you're the sucker behind me when I get on boost - Ha!)

I'll put the bung anywhere you want it. Want 2? We can do that. Theory is that the sensor should be 6" past the turbo outlet. From what I have seen the only place to avoid is the tailpipe, due to backwash of fresh air.
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