What sensor are you talking about? O2, Cam, Crank, all of the above?
I was referring to the o2 sensor. There is bosch and NTK, NTK is supposedly the better sensor. This is for a holley efi. Not sure about a stock harness if that is what you're running.
I ran a bosch for several years and did not realize my head had cracked. I a very rough better in the gulf it went out, I believe because of the moister in the exhaust. Either one may have gone bad in that situation. The NTK is what is recommended for forced induction and it handle the higher exhaust temp better.
Damn OEG, Those NTK O2 sensors better be worth it, $650 for a pair of them's!
Here is the bill of materials I am coming up with for the Holley Dominator EFI system. I am going with the Dominator as all the lower cost solutions only support a single O2 sensor. It does not make any sense to me to just "Assume" one bank is running just like the monitored one I guess that was Holley's plan to push folks to the higher price hardware
If anyone can buy this for cheaper I am ALL's.
I'm sure I'm missing another $1000 worth of stuff, starting with a fuel pump. I don't think I will buy the relay kits from Holley (radiator fan, fuel pump, electric auxiliary/cool down water pump etc.).
I will be running a belt driven water pump, but I am thinking of adding an in line electric water pump to circulate coolant after hot shut downs. In the dog hunting game, it is normal to run hard and then need to shut down quick (to listen for the dogs or keep from chopping them up in the prop). It would be ideal to maintain cooling fans and coolant circulation until cool down is complete. If anyone has done something similar, please chime in.