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02 sensor extention routing?

This is a discussion on 02 sensor extention routing? within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Does anyone have any pictures of how you ran your o2 extentions to keep them off the headers, it seems ...

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    Does anyone have any pictures of how you ran your o2 extentions to keep them off the headers, it seems i have way too much slack on the drivers side one and would like to see where some people ran there, dosent matter if its a camaro or a bird, thanks.

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    These are pics of Bosch 13111's which have a really long harness. I did not need to utilize an extension. The driver side harness crosses in front of the transmission pan through two (2) cable clamps that I installed on the pan bolts. It then runs up the trans cooler lines and crosses back over in front of the oil pan kick up.



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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    These are pics of Bosch 13111's which have a really long harness. I did not need to utilize an extension. The driver side harness crosses in front of the transmission pan through two (2) cable clamps that I installed on the pan bolts. It then runs up the trans cooler lines and crosses back over in front of the oil pan kick up.


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    [QUOTE=pajeff02;2263864]These are pics of Bosch 13111's which have a really long harness. I did not need to utilize an extension. The driver side harness crosses in front of the transmission pan through two (2) cable clamps that I installed on the pan bolts. It then runs up the trans cooler lines and crosses back over in front of the oil pan kick up.


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    I don have as much slack as you do and i have the extentions, thats how i have the passenger side ran, but i dont have enough wire to run the drivers side and tie it up like that, i'll have to see about getting the 1311's, thanks a million for the picture, nice clean job!

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    Exactly what I did, minus the loom. Thats a really nice touch there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshuaGrooms83 View Post
    Exactly what I did, minus the loom. Thats a really nice touch there.

    Thanks. I was really not liking a run up the driver side of the oil pan as there is nothing to attach it to. Just playing around I realized there was enough length to make it to the plug going across to the passenger side and back over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    Don't get much cleaner than that. well except those old DeCarbons I see looming there j/k ...and HOLY scarey avatar op!..
    I still got my old decarbons in there too. lookin to switch somtime soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshuaGrooms83 View Post
    I still got my old decarbons in there too. lookin to switch somtime soon
    Yeah I was just messin'.. My only problem with DeCarbons is they get spongy and start letting the car nose-over too much under hard braking.. But when they were new they did have a good cruising ride feel.. When I go fully independant out back I'm going to go with coilovers front and rear..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    Yeah I was just messin'.. My only problem with DeCarbons is they get spongy and start letting the car nose-over too much under hard braking.. But when they were new they did have a good cruising ride feel.. When I go fully independant out back I'm going to go with coilovers front and rear..
    yeah, mine is doing that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshuaGrooms83 View Post
    yeah, mine is doing that.
    Mine did too. Over time (among other things) if not changed they can cause braking instability, bounce, and even cause the tires to leave the road over small bumps..









    Sorry 4 the jacking..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    Mine did too. Over time (among other things) if not changed they can cause braking instability, bounce, and even cause the tires to leave the road over small bumps..

    Sorry 4 the jacking..
    same here. lol oops, yeah back to routing 02 lines

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