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Where would be the best place to drill a hole in my exhaust for a wideband bung on a challenger? I have no resonators or mufflers, just straight headers to the tips.

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Where would be the best place to drill a hole in my exhaust for a wideband bung on a challenger? I have no resonators or mufflers, just straight headers to the tips.

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Humor me here. What in the world is a wideband bung?
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8 to 10 inches after the collector of your header on one side (driver side if putting the gauge in the A-pillar of the car).

And @garyahouse : its a weld in "nut" basically so you can screw in a wideband O2 sensor as in for a Air/fuel gauge.


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Wideband bung

Aem has a no weld style bung adapter it looks easy and they say are pressure tested up to 50psi no leaks

http://www.aemelectronics.com/?q=pro...-sensor-mounts
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And @garyahouse : its a weld in "nut" basically so you can screw in a wideband O2 sensor as in for a Air/fuel gauge.
Thank you. Looks like I'm a little smarter today than I was yesterday.
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