It's not guaranteed that they will go bad. Some people have run race gas for a long time and never had issues.SUPRA180 said:after how long though....i know its not an exact science but is it like 5 passes or like a few months?
if you car has an aem, then the stock 02 sensor aren't being used anyway most likely, i removed mine... plenty of people run race gas all the time with there widebands and have no issues :dunno:SUPRA180 said:i know about the 110 but i have 3 gallons or so of c16 ....thats what my car was dyno'd with and thats what i was told to use......i would have to prob get it re-tuned for the 110
SUPRA180 said:i know about the 110 but i have 3 gallons or so of c16 ....thats what my car was dyno'd with and thats what i was told to use......i would have to prob get it re-tuned for the 110
LOL---LMAO @ "For when it goes bad." Maybe I should do that too only my wideband O2 one costs like 250 bucks hehe.drift tt 23 said:i still have my stock o2 from 93 and have run so much c16 threw my car latley and have had no problems yet. i keep a spare denso replacement o2 in the car for when the stock goes bad.
no cats anyway....since i have no aem and stock o2 sensors , iwas told that you had to get them from the dealer....i heard they were also like over $200.....thats why im concerned.....pane2k said:for the amount of race gas your looking to run, i doubt youd ever have a problem, and look on the bright side...If the cats go bad, get rid of em
Que?braddman said:O2 Sensors are like 70 bucks, it's not that big a deal to replace them if they go bad. I don't ever worry about it, and I have a wideband.
Keep doing that on 91 octane and see how long it lasts.AZSUPRATT said:ive run 1.2 -1.4 bar before and had no issues at all though