Fitting a second lambda bung

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Fitting a second lambda bung

postby Slampen » 05/29/15 @ 09:44

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Received this nice piece in mail.

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To this I have to question.


1. I noctied that RB did fit the orginale bung like 5 o'clock looking at the header from the front of it. See AEM recommend
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Which would be more like 10 to 2 o'clock.


2. Where to you recommend to place a second bung?
Like I see it I want it atleast 18 inches from exhaust port
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and preferably ordered between 10 and 2 o'clock

AEM ref is from => http://aemelectronics.com/files/instruc ... 0Gauge.pdf

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Re: Fitting a second lambda bung

postby GeorgeG5 » 05/29/15 @ 14:17

my Maxim works header had the second bung far enough, but at like 2:30 or 3 o'clock using your system... I said fuck it and used that bung lol
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Re: Fitting a second lambda bung

postby Slampen » 05/30/15 @ 09:05

Thank you.
Seems like there is place enough.
I got under the car and checked, its a lot of space above the exhaust pipe in front of the cat.

About 20cm above for the wb02.

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Re: Fitting a second lambda bung

postby Teejay187 » 07/02/15 @ 08:40

How did this go? Car running yet? :tits:
99' Miata

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