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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-24-2002, 07:53 AM Thread Starter
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Header/O2 sensor Question

Anyone running the thorley header ever have trouble with an aftermarket O2 sensor? The sensor looks too long and that it may hit the fender well. Can a 90 degree fitting be put in? Thanks. Jim
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Re: Header/O2 sensor Question

I have the Thorley and a Bosch 02 sensor and although it is a tight fit - I was able to clear the fender
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I've got the calmini header and the bosch o2 sensor. I had to make a new sensor wire between the zook and the o2, no clearance problems.
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I read somewhere that if the o2 sensor is to close to the fender it's because the engine mount need to be replaced.
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Re: Header/O2 sensor Question

I actually got it all straitened out. When I went out to temporarily put the header on the night I got it I didn't see a jack stand under the Zuke. [img]images/graemlins/ooo.gif[/img] It was holding the header out too close to the fender well. The next day I moved the stand put the sensor in and all seems OK. Thanks for all the help. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] Jim
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Re: Header/O2 sensor Question

howdy,
i had to bend my inner fender back, but i think it was bent in. [email protected] tyres pull a log up with em.
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