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Old 12-05-2011, 10:00 PM   #1
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O2 oxygen sensor extensions

Im trying to find the best 12inch o2 sensor extension on summit and the only one i can find for a firebird is from pacesetter but its only for 98-02. Did 98-02 use the same connectors as 94-97? Im assuming they did but cant find any good pics of the two. Thanks!
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Anyone? I need to buy a set today so they will be here by saturday when i install them.
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The connectors are different on the later models.
One is flat the other is square.
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I think these will work: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CEI-109010/?rtype=10

The pics i saw online were all file photos so i didn't know their validity but you cleared that up for me thanks!
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Have you looked at your sensors to verify which they are?
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I know mine are the flat 4 pins and not the squares. I dont have them in front of me at the moment but im 99% sure the link i posted will work.
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Check out ws6store.com they will answer any questions you have...they hooked me up with mine
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check to see if the corvette 02s are longer.
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I ordered a set off summit for like $55. A bit pricey just for extensions but oh well. Thanks for all the help though!
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That is why many just upgrade the O2 sensors to ones with longer wires. Offsets the cost basically.
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Well i got free sensors from my dads shop and it would have cost me more, special order, to get the ones with the longer wires as opposed to getting extensions.

Not sure if i should make a new thread but is cam 2 fully synthetic oil any good? I can get 10 cases which usually retails over $600 for free as a promo. Not sure if it is good enough for my car or use it on my daily driver.
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