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    Picking up a a/f meter and would like to know where to weld the bung. Any particular location?This is my first time playing with one.

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    Put bung in this location.
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    Are your headers water injected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    Are your headers water injected?
    better not be and you can't run evacs in frt of the o2 sensor i put my bungs @4-5inches past the collector points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    better not be and you can't run evacs in frt of the o2 sensor i put my bungs @4-5inches past the collector points.
    If you are just measuring a cylinder bank the above mentioned is a good location. If you want to measure individual cylinders about 10"-12" from the port is about the best. This gives a good consistant reading without messing with the signal at the carb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    Are your headers water injected?


    Nope. Running a 108 lobe on the cam and DRY bassett twisties that have been trimmed 6 inches

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    better not be and you can't run evacs in frt of the o2 sensor i put my bungs @4-5inches past the collector points.

    No panevac for me. I have a sweet puke tank that mounts to the transom like a top fueler

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    What about the clamp on style? Innovations makes one that can be clamped on th ethe end of the exhaust. This way you dont have to weld a bung

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    Quote Originally Posted by 396_Ways_To_Spit View Post
    bung. This is my first time playing with one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 396_Ways_To_Spit View Post
    What about the clamp on style? Innovations makes one that can be clamped on th ethe end of the exhaust. This way you dont have to weld a bung

    From what I have read the clamp in style, is used mainly
    on a dyno. and its not very accurate, you will want to
    weld a bung into your headers, if you are wanting to tune
    your engine rather than read each cylinder you will have to
    locate it in the collector,just after the tubes merge.


    make sure you purchase the wide band, I have tuned a carb
    engine with a narrow band, but you will find that at the most
    power will show rich on a narrow band.

    the one on post #2 of this thread has good reviews
    http://www.performanceboats.com//showthread.php?t=4192

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    Arrow 02 bung sensor location

    Where is the best place to weld in a bung for a 02 sensor on a wet exhast system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken N View Post
    Where is the best place to weld in a bung for a 02 sensor on a wet exhast system.
    before the water enters the exhaust system.
    if they have weep holes it will effect the readings also.


    What exhaust system do you have? pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Some Kind Of Monster View Post

    That looks like you and overkill

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    Quote Originally Posted by 396_Ways_To_Spit View Post
    That looks like you and overkill
    _nIm I gave up on that. I'm not the one talking about bungholes
    Last edited by Some Kind Of Monster; 03-08-2008 at 12:04 PM.

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