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Old 04-11-2012, 05:15 PM
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I have a 95 F150 with a 5.0L engine single exhaust and one oxygen sensor on the right side.If I change over to dual exhaust How would I add an extra sensor to the the other side
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I have a 95 F150 with a 5.0L engine single exhaust and one oxygen sensor on the right side.If I change over to dual exhaust How would I add an extra sensor to the the other side
Why would you want to add an extra one? I'd just put one back in it and call it a day.
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Put the o2 in an H or X pipe or just on one side..
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You don't need another O2 sensor for duals, just put one back into the head pipe near the passenger side collector or better yet into the passenger side header that you're also going to install(hint hint.. nudge nudge).
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I'm going to switch to true dual exhaust soon in preparation for my motor swap. I'm going to leave the O2 in the stock location and run the pipes down the passenger side with a pair of Dynomax mufflers mounted on their side next to each other.
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I put long tube Hedman headers on my 93 302. Ran a crossover pipe at the first part of the straight pipe with a weld in bung for the sensor. Doing it that way catches both sides if the motor like it did stock at the Y pipe.
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I put long tube Hedman headers on my 93 302. Ran a crossover pipe at the first part of the straight pipe with a weld in bung for the sensor. Doing it that way catches both sides if the motor like it did stock at the Y pipe.
That's too far back to get a proper reading.
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That's too far back to get a proper reading.
True and I've thought about moving it back. I put two of those 18 inch pipes on there if I ever decided to move it back i could just throw them out and reweld. I just wasn't to keen of drilling into the new headers.
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True and I've thought about moving it back. I put two of those 18 inch pipes on there if I ever decided to move it back i could just throw them out and reweld. I just wasn't to keen of drilling into the new headers.
Completely understandable. Right in those new headers is the best place for them though, unfortunately.
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I guess I can always fill with weld on the outside say I drill a little to big.
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