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O2 sensor brand help

This is a discussion on O2 sensor brand help within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I am also going to be buying 2 new O2 sensors when doing my LT headers what brand should I ...

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    O2 sensor brand help

    I am also going to be buying 2 new O2 sensors when doing my LT headers what brand should I go with, after pricing the AC delcos I feel they should at least buy you dinner first. i hear a lot about Bosch running rich etc, what about NGK any help is appreciated I dont want to buy sensors and then turn around and buy them again in a month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian r View Post
    I am also going to be buying 2 new O2 sensors when doing my LT headers what brand should I go with, after pricing the AC delcos I feel they should at least buy you dinner first. i hear a lot about Bosch running rich etc, what about NGK any help is appreciated I dont want to buy sensors and then turn around and buy them again in a month.
    If your buying 02 sensors there is not point in buying 02 extensions. If you buy c5 corvette sensors they are longer and you will not need the extensions at all.

    A lot of people run stock or bosch. Havent heard much about NGK brand or densos.

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    where can u find the cheaper 13111 rear corvette ones I may need them

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    Quote Originally Posted by BANDITO View Post
    where can u find the cheaper 13111 rear corvette ones I may need them
    Might give GMpartsdirect a try.

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    Denso's are pretty good. I've run them for a bit and you don't have to sell your first born

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    Summit was the cheapest place I could find the vette O2's.

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    I'm looking at a set of four stockers off of a 98 Vette, but there is a short pair and a long pair, can I use the Long pair for the front O2's and omit the rear? Is that how it's done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beach cruiser View Post
    I'm looking at a set of four stockers off of a 98 Vette, but there is a short pair and a long pair, can I use the Long pair for the front O2's and omit the rear? Is that how it's done?
    You are correct.

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    You can get the bosch 1311... at AutoZone thats where I got mine.


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    I will never use anything but the Delco O2's on my car.
    They are the most accurate.

    Although apparently the Bosch's most have had good luck with.
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    I am 99% positive Denso makes them for GM. Extension are the cheapest option...

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