The new batch comes with a 45 degree bung....Add a single long spark plug fouler and you're golden...If for some reason that doesnt do it...toss on an angled bung.I don't think you need one for the newer batch, the bung is already set at 90 degree's where as the old batch needed the O2 spacer cause it was flat not at a 90 degree angle.
That would be more than acceptable I utililize a unit like this one:Will something like this work fine?
After I had the O2 extension installed it threw a code for like 2 weeks after I cleared the codes and then POOF it's been gone since....Just let your car work it's magic.+1 thats what i used. i have the new OBX design and my CEL still threw after a week or two. plus the new design doesnt allow a 90 degree spacer to work.
Rear o2 sensor. If you slide under your car from either the driver or passenger door, it will be right there in the downpipe.I just received my o2 sensor from ipd. 2 questions
1. Do I install it on the front or rear o2 "I'm assuming front"
2. Where is the correct sensor located???
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Thanks bud. I don't know how much Sliding under I'm doing at 215 lbs. but I will get to it somehow.Rear o2 sensor. If you slide under your car from either the driver or passenger door, it will be right there in the downpipe.
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Looks like I will be ordering one of these over the weekend. I installed my downpipe from EST and since then I've been getting a code intermittently. Hopefully this is the cure.http://store.42draftdesigns.com/O2-Sensor-Spacer_p_306.html
This is what I am using with my OBX downpipe. It's adjustable so you can either put it closer to the exhaust flow or draw it away from the flow if it triggers a light. I installed mine back in September or October and I have not thrown a CEL even under WOT. And trust me I've tried to throw a code. This spacer works perfect