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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-18-2016, 09:24 PM Thread Starter
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What to do with O2 sensor

I'm installing the auto tune on he pcv and was wondering what people do with the stock sensors? Remove them completely or just let them dangle? I should note i don't have it yet and the pcv is in the box waiting for this weekend. I'm just looking for info in advance.

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Remove them. I actually left mine in the stock exhaust when I installed V&H True Duals. Hold onto them as you, or a fellow Tank member, may need them one day. I run a PCV with auto tune on my '08 and love it. Bike runs great with power and mileage. Ride safe!

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Thank you. I've never done this before so i am not sure how accessible the wires for 02 sensors are

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They're easy to remove. Both wires run back behind the left side cover. You might have to cut a couple of cable ties. You can then unplug them from the base connector just below the top rail

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They're easy to remove. Both wires run back behind the left side cover. You might have to cut a couple of cable ties. You can then unplug them from the base connector just below the top rail
My O2 plugs are both under the right side cover. Yours may be different.
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My O2 plugs are both under the right side cover. Yours may be different.
I stand corrected. I meant right.

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What would be the reason for removing the o2 sensors completely? What is the benefit over the stock ones or going with a wide band o2 sensor?
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