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Old 09-08-2009, 10:01 AM
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What's up fella's, I'm going to be replacing my o2 sensors and wondering if its worth spending a lot of money for a good set or if i should just go with the regular joe shmoe's ?
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Re: Oxygen sensors

Get Denso direct fit ones... They are OEQ (Original equipment quality) at a FRACTION of the cost of OEM. I got mine for a 97 Prelude SH for 40 bucks, and it has a direct fit harness and everything.

Stay away from Boch, from what I understand they blow codes like right out of the box.
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Re: Oxygen sensors

Lol, I was just about to create a new post asking the exact same question. Nice!

I would love to see more opinions. Do the denso's or any usual aftermarket sensors go bad quicker or need to be replaced more often?
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Old 09-16-2009, 10:25 AM
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Re: Oxygen sensors

Denso's are OEQ (meaning original equipment quality) and in all likely hood, they probably make the OEM O2 sensors for tons of cars too.

It's funny how manufacturing works...

I used to work for a catalytic converter manufacturer, and we distributed after-market cats, as well as directly to vehicle manufacturers, and exhaust manufacturers.

9 times out of ten, you are paying for the name stamped on the box, even though they all come from the same place lol.

Denso's are known to be great O2 sensors for their price, I can't speak for any other brands.
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Thanks! $40 beats $300
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Re: Oxygen sensors

I agree with the other luder , stay away from that junk ,and get denso they work like the original from honda. j
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Re: Oxygen sensors

Thanks for the replies i'm definitely gonna get the denso's
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