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'93 Ford Explorer V6 dual O2 Installation Q&A
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'93 Ford Explorer V6 dual O2 Installation Q&A
HI Everyone!

On my '93 Ford Explorer V6 dual [upstream] O2 EFIE install, I wanted a group opinion on whether it's best to isolate the adjustments - i.e. install (2) adjusters. What I'm using is attached pic diagram.

SYSTEM:
* Using the rinky-dink (Dual) mason jar and .030 three wound SS wire 5mm separation DIM (Did it myself Wink on an acrylic "X"
* DIM PWM. (Draws 5.9amps x2 without)


Thanks


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02-26-2011 08:35 AM
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RE: '93 Ford Explorer V6 dual O2 Installation Q&A
(02-26-2011 08:35 AM)TotheMoon Wrote:  HI Everyone!

On my '93 Ford Explorer V6 dual [upstream] O2 EFIE install, I wanted a group opinion on whether it's best to isolate the adjustments - i.e. install (2) adjusters. What I'm using is attached pic diagram.

SYSTEM:
* Using the rinky-dink (Dual) mason jar and .030 three wound SS wire 5mm separation DIM (Did it myself Wink on an acrylic "X"
* DIM PWM. (Draws 5.9amps x2 without)


Thanks
(Update)
...:: any frequenters here? ::... Smile

I have since scratched the Mason (Balls Jar) and now go with a 4 plate x3 in one unit producing almost 1 LPM. As a I continue to experement, I hope to get a knowledgable ally here to milk me along as my knowledge of the science grows through this research.

Any response is a good response - even to say "HI!":shy:

Wish everyone success,
J.
03-06-2011 04:44 AM
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