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O2 sensor locations?

im doing a DIY turbo buil and thinking about the oxygen sensor locations? one is in the downpipe right? where is the othe location? im new to the turbo thing.

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no less then 24 and no more the 32 inches from the outlet of the turbo. to close and to far will screw with the readings.

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both in the down pipe? my d.p. has only one inlet for the sensor? wheres the other one go?
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If you are getting tuned you can run just one o2. I am using tweecer and have one turned off so I just use the passenger side one.

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both in the down pipe? my d.p. has only one inlet for the sensor? wheres the other one go?

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is it hard to use and understand the Tweecer??
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add the second next to the other o2 sensor.

hellion has their o2's in the crossover area without problems.

i don't see air fuel changing when it comes out of the turbine.

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where would i get an o2 sensor bung to just add it in my downpipe?
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There is lots of things to learn with it, but there is some help on the eectuning board too.

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yeah i hear that, my downpipe i bought used and the o2 sensor loocation now is 6" from the torbo outlet.. a little close... i was going to close that one and since my downpipe is only 29" long, i was going to put two more bungs 18" and 24" from the tuirbo?
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i dont run o2's. when car was tuned they were eliminated. no egr either if it matters>
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