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Old 08-22-2003, 11:38 AM   #108
Klaus
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Hi there,

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How about a water sprayer?
Actually, mounting in in an enclosed, water filled vessel would be more efficient, you can then drive the engine with the resulting steam. Just change the cam to rotate at the same speed as the crank and change the lobes.


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would the best location be, say just in front of the muffler? Is the sensor heater powerful enough to heat the sensor adequately in room temperature?
As long as it is before the cat and at least 12" from the tailpipe. And yes, running at room temp. is what actually happens during free air calibr. The heater can drive the sensor even in very cold temps.

Regards,
Klaus
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