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o2 sensor replacement, AC Delco or Denso?

This is a discussion on o2 sensor replacement, AC Delco or Denso? within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by My94ZZZ Well I never said they never go bad or you will never get on that takes ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by My94ZZZ View Post
    Well I never said they never go bad or you will never get on that takes a crap in a month. You get that with any part manufacter.
    Actually, both of them have slow reaction time. I am going to pull both of them and replace with AC since the supercharger relies on this being very accurate

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    Yeah whatever works for you. Sometimes I have seen o2's fail way sooner than expected due to cetain mods the car has.
    Also what kind of s/c are you running? Have you ever looked into a STS Turbo kit? There bad ass! I think there much better and give you more power gains that a s/c. But whatever floats your boat they say.



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    Actually, both of them have slow reaction time. I am going to pull both of them and replace with AC since the supercharger relies on this being very accurate

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    Quote Originally Posted by My94ZZZ View Post
    Yeah whatever works for you. Sometimes I have seen o2's fail way sooner than expected due to cetain mods the car has.
    Also what kind of s/c are you running? Have you ever looked into a STS Turbo kit? There bad ass! I think there much better and give you more power gains that a s/c. But whatever floats your boat they say.
    I am running a P1SC Procharger. It is very reliable and put together way better than a STS.

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    That's cool! I have driven both cars with s/c's and a sts turbo. One of them was a Vortech s/c which I thoght was junk. And the other was a Procharged SS, much better than the Vortech. But I would have to say the STS system was the best of all. Full boost at below 3000, great sound, less money, easier to install, no power taking away from engine, less wear and stress on engine, better fe, etc. Yes you would want to upgrade a few simple parts in the sts kit. Other than that there very reilable.

    P.S. what did you Procharger set you back?









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    I am running a P1SC Procharger. It is very reliable and put together way better than a STS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by My94ZZZ View Post
    That's cool! I have driven both cars with s/c's and a sts turbo. One of them was a Vortech s/c which I thoght was junk. And the other was a Procharged SS, much better than the Vortech. But I would have to say the STS system was the best of all. Full boost at below 3000, great sound, less money, easier to install, no power taking away from engine, less wear and stress on engine, better fe, etc. Yes you would want to upgrade a few simple parts in the sts kit. Other than that there very reilable.

    P.S. what did you Procharger set you back?
    $3,500

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    Quote Originally Posted by My94ZZZ View Post
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    Nope! Connections!

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    oh I see! That's a damn good deal.

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