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Old 08-01-2003, 04:50 PM
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air/fuel sensor kit

Does anyone know of a "Air/fuel sensor kit" that I can use on a 70-z28 small block chevy with a holley 750. Have a hard time getting the fuel mixtures right.

Thanks dan

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I have installed an Edelbrock 350-6593 From Jeg's comes with every thing you need to install. For about $127. You will need to
weld or have welded a bung in your header or head pipe to hold the O2 sensor. This unit has a simple LED read out from 12 to 15 in .5 steps (12, 12.5, 13, 13.5 etc)

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Or you can go to your local auto supplier and buy a standerd lanberg sensor and read the volts with a digital volt meter for twelve dollars or so. You will have to get a properly sized nut that will screw on to the pipes and have a muffler shop weld it on so that you protrude the sensor as close to the middle of the pipe as you can. Aim for around 750 millivolt's. the hoigher the nuber the richer the setting.
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