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I searched for this all day and I can't find it. I'm getting the headers tomorrow and I know that you can use Bosch o2 Sensors. I was wondering what the model number was on those if anyone knows or can remember from upgrading to the headers. I know that they will be one wire instead of the expensive ass 3 wire 97 Supra NA one's. These will two for the price of one Toyota one. Thanks and LMK

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Someone has to got to know this. I can't find it anywhere.

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I need replacements. The 93-96 o2 Sensors used a bung and the 97-98 were screw in. The XERD headers use the screw in and not the bung type. I'm trying not to spend $88ea on 97 o2 sensors when I can get Universal Bosch one's for $30ea.

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I know Bosch has a one wire Universal o2 Sensor but I don't know the part number for it.

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sorry i couldn't help :(
 
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It's cool. :) I think I may have found something. It is one of the following part numbers

15734 Universal Type
13908 OE Type
13906 OE Type
13907 OE Type
13544 OE Type

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just go to a place like autozone...tell them supra...tell them you want bosche bolt ons...you just unscrew the bolt piece and it becomes a screw in sensor. any auto parts store should be able to get it for you as long as u tell them its for a supra.
 
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So the bung comes off? I wasn't aware the it did that. :) How much am I looking at?

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the bung is on the header, thats permanent. universal bosch sensors are screw in sensors, screwed into a plate, and that plate would be set on the bolt in type of bung...if you dont need to use the plate thats screwed onto the sensor....unscrew the plate...youre left with a screw in sensor.
 
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Well I still can't find an o2 Sensor that will work. I'm getting really pissed.

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You know you are going to have to extend one as well?? One o2 sensor is too short to make it to the bung. :(

It is pretty simple. Just a heads up.

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Well, Bob is going to get me the part number when he gets home on Tuesday and then I'll be on my way. I know that I'll have to extend the wire and all I have to do is use the same gauge wire.

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It's cool. Bob is going to get me the part number for the Bosch. Thanks though.

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i got myne for 25 awhile back. They must have rasied the price. oh well :lol: too bad. Jp

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