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Old 04-15-2006, 12:29 PM   #51
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OEM

I'll stick with OEM to keep it as least complicated as possible.
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where are you finding these

where are you finding these cheap 5 wire o2 sensors? the cheapest I've found was $309 with tax.
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when i had my vx i payed

when i had my vx i payed $175 on ebay
that may have been the bosch
but i think it was oem

i've seen new oem go for under 100 from private sellers
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Re: where are you finding these

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where are you finding these cheap 5 wire o2 sensors? the cheapest I've found was $309 with tax.
Here's one for $20. http://motors.search.ebay.com/5-wire-O2-sensor_Parts-Accessories_W0QQcatrefZC6QQfromZR4QQsacatZ6028
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Old 04-16-2006, 07:30 AM   #55
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Holy ****, what a deal.

Holy ****, what a deal.
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Holy ****, what a deal.
I contacted the seller and he thinks there are 110,000 miles on this o2 sensor. It's not brand new, but it's better than nothing
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Re: Quote:did i say bosch

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did i say bosch universal..????
no i believe i said NTK L1H1 ...
No, I was just saying, because you can find the bosch ones for like 40 bucks and it's very tempting.
I know a guy who tunes with a Bosch wide band sensor and a PLX...it works just fine and dandy!

But for my VX, I only used the NTK L1H1. I actually sold that thing with over 200K miles for over $100.
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Old 04-17-2006, 12:29 PM   #58
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Tuning with the bosch is

Tuning with the bosch is fine, but something about them in hondas for the long term seems to make them crap out.
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o2

He is parting out that entire civic....so there might be a few more parts to get a hold of...I guess i will start getting parts for it.
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bosch does in fact

bosch does in fact redistribute the honda/ntk L1H1 sensor...
i believe dealer cost is $175...and they markup from there...
http://techedge.com.au/vehicle/wbo2/wbntk.htm
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