rynosbackWildracing22 said:Its funny how people just rant and rave about things they know nothing about>Â Â Â People rely on info they get here to be true,Â and there is no truth in guess work....With that being said, there are NO O2 sensors in the exhaust......I know this due to the fact I have completely disassembled and rebuilt a new exhaust.Â The only electrical connection in the exhaust is at the SET valve.Â
People please state facts here and not your beliefs :bigthumbsup: :bigthumbsup:
pkn2Different spec? Is yours a 109? USA? Europe??pkn2 said:Hey guys.
I'm not wanting to start an argument, but my bike definately has two O2 sensors in the exhaust system. I'm wondering if different spec bikes perhaps don't have them, but I wouldn't imagine so.
They kinda look like a spark plug threded into the exhaust system.
the original question was about what damage would occur if the engine ran lean, and that varies to the degree of how long it is running lean for and how lean it actually is.
The O2 sensors to some degree will adjust the mixture ratio but only up to a certain point.