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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 02-25-2016, 06:49 PM Thread Starter
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Are the o2 sensors on our bikes narrow or wide band?

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Are the o2 sensors on our bikes narrow or wide band?
Narrow.

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Cool. I need to figure out what connections do what. I'm wanting to add a pair of O2 sensors.

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Cool. I need to figure out what connections do what. I'm wanting to add a pair of O2 sensors.
Hey Norm, if your pipes don't already have the bigger bungs, most muffler shops have them in stock. Easy install about 3"s from the heads on the head pipes put in a direction where the sensors clear everything. Cheap to do yourself if you have a big wielder. Good luck.

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Cool. I need to figure out what connections do what. I'm wanting to add a pair of O2 sensors.
Your bike already have narrow band O2 sensors which are 12mm so there is no need to add sensors unless you want to go with a auto tune tuner such as a T-max or or PV with the auto tune pro, these style tuners use wideband O2 sensors and the are 18mm.
You can also get 2009 head pipes and install them, the 2009 head pipes have 18mm O2 bungs and no welding is required.
The tuners that have the auto tune and use 18mm wideband O2 sensor usually come with a wiring harness for the O2 sensors.


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My idea was to use the stock 02 sensors and hook them up to aftermarket air/fuel gauges. The smarter thing to do would probably be to get some sensors and mount them in the front holes on my rhinehart pipes. I have 2 up top that are currently blocked off and two down below which my stock sensors are in. My stock sensors aren't doing anything because I'm currently running the PCV. I want to get TTS soon so the utilizing the front holes in my pipes probably would be the best option.

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I've lost track, does the TTS have any ability to utilize wide band sensors??

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I've lost track, does the TTS have any ability to utilize wide band sensors??
Not sure, but I don't think so. I think it is like the Direct Link. They utilize the narrow band for fuel/air tweaking for altitude, etc.

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Not sure, but I don't think so. I think it is like the Direct Link. They utilize the narrow band for fuel/air tweaking for altitude, etc.
If that's the case, Power Vison/Target Tune is worlds ahead as it does live wide band tweaking of the map. Works really nice on my 110.
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