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FOR SALE: CRG Kalifornia w/ IAME KA100
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Go Kart CRG Kalifornia w/ IAME KA100 Great condition, chassis straight not bends/dents/cracks. Plastics and sticker kit perfect. Includes Tillett seat and original CRG seat as well as plastic bumper…Continue

Tags: Kalifornia, CRG, IAME

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Jan 7.

KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
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I am after some advice in regards to the location of the oxygen sensor on a IAME KA100 using the standard pipe.If you could provide information and photos that would be great!Thanks in advance. MarkContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sabrina Luciani Aug 4, 2015.

 

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Mark replied to Mark's discussion FOR SALE: CRG Kalifornia w/ IAME KA100
"Image uploads dont appear to be working. Please see link below for images of the kart package: https://photos.app.goo.gl/uEsubfFuWfMMtoNdA"
Jan 7
Steve Southwell replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
" How far is that from the piston????"
Aug 4, 2015
Steve Clark replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"I'll back that up. Bought Mr Brackams spare KA100 with easitune sensor nut welded into exhaust. Works a treat in unrestricted. Centre of nut 80mm out from back of manifold flange."
Aug 4, 2015
Paul Brackam replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"I ran my easitune sensor about 55mm out.A few people said it was to close.Did it affect my performance?????"
Aug 4, 2015
Steve Southwell replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"Egt probes are recomended to be 100mm from the piston face (digitron instalation instructions).....I settled on 150 for EGO sensors.........think it keeps them away from any unburnt fuel mix at the exhaust port..... If you are using a restricted…"
Aug 4, 2015
Ron Powell replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"I dont know that anyone has actually drilled a pipe to see where the pipe actually runs at about 600 deg C for most of the time to be able to advise you. Basically some one needs to be willing to drill some 3-4mm holes in an exhaust, do a run with a…"
Aug 4, 2015
Jason Allan replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"Now the rules say you can use an oxygen sensor any more comments as to the best location? Distance from barrel etc?"
Aug 3, 2015
Niven Riches replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"Lol"
May 23, 2015
Steve Southwell replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"I'll be the one clad in the finest samite................ Samite was a luxurious and heavy silk fabric worn in the Middle Ages.............perfect for watery tarts .........."
May 23, 2015
Niven Riches replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"lol, Got it in one Steve, That's how the current rules are done. Check mine out tomorrow.............Its Watery Tart approved :-)"
May 23, 2015
Steve Southwell replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"An email from some watery tart handing out swords from a lake is no basis from which to form a government. Nor does it confirm a rule change.........."
May 23, 2015
Ron Powell replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"Your call Niven.  I just went through the current rules and can only find EGTs mentioned. If the book stated exhaust sensor I would say EGO and EGTs would be OK. So if you fit an EGO and get a slip, don't complain.  "
May 23, 2015
Niven Riches replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"Les Allan will be my reference, then I will sit back and watch the problem get sorted once and for all either way"
May 23, 2015
Steve Southwell replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"Paul....please quote the reference you are using to say they are legal."
May 23, 2015
Nathan Dunnett replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"That is not a rule, simply a suggestion by Remo. Put it wherever you want."
May 23, 2015
Niven Riches replied to Mark's discussion KA100 Oxygen Sensor Location
"That's a hopeless spot for it, The sensor wont work well enough being that close to the barrel.   Rule makers jeez"
May 23, 2015

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