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O2 sensor from a Cali bike

I'm chasing an O2 sensor ideally off a 954 but I think a lot of them are M12 threads. 600's, 1000's F4i, VFR8, 1100XX and such.

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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

I think I have one. I'm not to keen on wrenching, but I have the whole quarter pipe connected to the stock exhaust. I think there's some valve thingy that is the O2 sensor. Do you have a pic of what it looks like?
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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

It's a couple of inches long with about a foot of cable off it.
Screwed into the top of the midpipe just behind where the pipes all meet before going to the muffler.
Part number 22 in this fiche - Muffler - 2002 Honda CBR954RR

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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

How did you get on?
Have you got the sensor?

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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

I have the bolts to plug the hole if that's what you're really after.

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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

I'm sure I can find a bolt but I'm actually after a sensor.
The sensor that DJ supply with the Wideband Commander is a very large thread so I figured I'd try to source a sensor that'll fit the existing hole before I modify it.

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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

newbie here but I believe I may have what you're looking for, if its not too late. Just picked up a 954rr from cali and brought it home to tx. can you tell me what the effect would be if I remove it? I have a pclll usb, any issues?
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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

Much appreciated.
I have a pair of VFR800 ones en-route but if they don't work I'll let you know.
The only problem I'm aware of is you probably have a Cali ECU which I think with throw a permanent error code if you remove the sensor.
I've never seen a Cali bike though so I really can't say for sure.
I assume Cali owners must fit aftermarket systems though so somebody should know for sure.
Maybe just unplug the sensor and see if it still rides okay?

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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

No sweat, I'll look into it anyway. I bought the bike and was told here that cali bikes are slower because of all the emissions junk on the bike, not quite sure what that meant, damn thing pulls like a rocket ship in my opinion!
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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

I _think_ Cali bikes run a different mid-pipe and muffler, wiring harness, ECU, throttle bodies and have the carbon canister. I believe the engines are identical internally including the cams.

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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

Thanks buddy! I liked my bike before you told me all that, now I feel robbed....
Jacked out of my dancing monkey and music box!
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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

I don't think the changes are very significant so I wouldn't be too concerned :-)

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Re: O2 sensor from a Cali bike

Not concerned at all, just clowning around. Thanks for the info, I've been away from riding for so long that now that Im just giddy to be able to ride again, have this stupid ear to ear smile now for about a month, man did I miss riding!
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