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Hello.

I can’t seem to find my lambda that goes in to this:(see picture)

This is the only part I’m missing right now and then my RC will be ready for race.

Please, please can anyone help me with this part - it is supposed to be on the OEM exhaust - urgent???!!

I’m not even sure of what part I’m supposed to look for. The tuner says I got the OEM exhaust back to Sweden, but it’s impossible since it is too large to not find.

I use PayPal or bank wire if that’s any help(?)!!

Thank you!
 

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Ok, I'll bite....what year is your F4 RC?

(Yes it's important for what you seek.)
 

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Thanks. Could you please put that information in your signature line?
 

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Part Number 8000A8968 is what you seek.

It is apparently the same for first and second Gen bikes as the part number is the same for my 2008 F4 312R.

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I do not have the 2013 parts manual to confirm, but the 2010 parts manual shows the same part.

A quick google search shows it available for around 196 GBP or 250 USD.
 

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Standard heated narrow band o2 sensor..... the MV part is made by NGK/NTK (the same folks that make spark plugs).

There are a few variations in design, including thread size, but the basic function is the same.

I just purchased one at the auto store for a bike I am working on. Same sensor, just different wire loom length and connector. So I took the connector from the original and spliced it on the new one.

NTK part number 23158.... exact same design as the MV sensor. $45 at my auto store.

You can get the connector to adapt the auto parts store sensor from http://www.cycleterminal.com/amp-superseal-connectors.html if needed.
 
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Thanks. Could you please put that information in your signature line?
I love that you never get tired of saying this. :wink2: Nicholas isn't new but maybe rules for new members and anyone asking a specific question should be, no YMM in your sig or post, no response to your question. >:)
 

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I love that you never get tired of saying this. :wink2: Nicholas isn't new but maybe rules for new members and anyone asking a specific question should be, no YMM in your sig or post, no response to your question. >:)
It's mostly because I field hundreds of questions on many MV models and when a thread get two pages deep, the initial information is lost.

Especially with electrical wiring, the MV varies year-to-year and makes some sweeping changes. For instance from 2012 to 2013 , on the F4, the ECU changed and on some years, polarity for things like injectors changes...look at Mitch's thread on quick shifters....
 
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