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I've been reading alot about where to put the probe. Just wanting to see what you guys think. I would like to put it in the collector behind the turbo cause I would think that would be an accurate measure of both manifolds. But if everyone puts it on the drivers manifold and it its ok I'd rather do that then deal with the hassle from doing it in the collector. What temps should I see

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Install it in the drivers side manifold.


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The closer to the cylinder, the more accurate reading. Driver's side manifold is the way to go.

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Re: pyro install question

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The closer to the cylinder, the more accurate reading. Driver's side manifold is the way to go.
I agree... there is an easy spot to drill and tap it... crawl under the trk and look youll see.

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yep, at least on dr side , can help to diagnose and eliminate dr side if problems arise. Another gauge for pass side would be ideal. We use a probe for each cylinder on snowmobiles , lets you know what each cylinder is doing.

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