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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahmoodalmarkhi View Post
    here is different!
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ID:	442715It would be in number 1 but it does not have ... can I drill in number 2?

  2. #12
    You need what the guy posted above. The newer skis after 2012 (not sure what year) don't come with 02 sensor ports in factory exhaust anymore.

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    the bump by your number #2 in pic is where you can drill a hole and install a 27mm long Time-sert 18mx1.5 for the sensor...I have done both...the older pipe plug manifolds are much easier.

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    The old style SHO exhaust manifold that mounts the O2 upstream is the best way.They sell an adapter that goes on the end of the new style SVHO exhaust manifold but the sensor mounts further downstream and sees alot more water.The higher upstream you are able to mount it the drier it stays and the longer it lasts IMO

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