NLA 21176-1002 SENSOR-TEMPERATURE (DFI) AutoZone $15.99

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NLA 21176-1002 SENSOR-TEMPERATURE (DFI) AutoZone $15.99

Postby Dirck » Fri Jul 22, 2016 12:04 pm


AutoZone for $16. They had them for $8.99 in '07! (Scroll Down AZ's page) =>
http://www.autozone.com/engine-manageme ... wYmme=true

NLA Kawasaki 21176-1002 SENSOR-TEMPERATURE is used on these models and components:
1981 KZ1100-B1 GPz INJECTORS-ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
1982 KZ1100-B2 GPz INJECTORS-ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
1983 ZN1300-A1 Voyager FUEL INJECTION EQUIPMENT
1983 ZX1100-A1 GPz INJECTORS-ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
1984 ZN1300-A2 Voyager FUEL INJECTION EQUIPMENT
1984 ZX1100-A2 GPz INJECTORS-ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
1984 ZX750-E1 GPz 750 Turbo FUEL INJECTION EQUIPMENT
1985 ZN1300-A3 Voyager FUEL INJECTION EQUIPMENT
1985 ZX750-E2 GPz 750 Turbo FUEL INJECTION EQUIPMENT
1986 ZN1300-A4 Voyager FUEL INJECTION EQUIPMENT
1987 ZN1300-A5 Voyager FUEL INJECTION
1988 ZN1300-A6 Voyager FUEL INJECTION


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Re: NLA 21176-1002 SENSOR-TEMPERATURE (DFI) AutoZone $15.99

Postby Piney Power » Fri Jul 22, 2016 12:20 pm

You'll notice the factory sensor has a metal piece in between it and the engine. Whats that for and Is the type of material important when the time comes to machine an adapter for an aftermarket sensor?
It almost looks like that extension was an afterthought on big K's part. Maybe the sensor heated up too fast on prototypes so the extension was added to delay or steady the heat?
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Re: NLA 21176-1002 SENSOR-TEMPERATURE (DFI) AutoZone $15.99

Postby Dirck » Fri Jul 22, 2016 3:16 pm


Think you're on the right track! Side-benefit could be their preventive measure to eliminate direct sensor to head contact as well as a buffer/heat sync.
The history of R & D involving metallurgy, density, mass and more to generate desired heat transference trigger rates must be a huge matrix of data. :lol:
Activation range formulas in huge archives. Sensors, switches, thermisters etc., one complex electro-mechanical science that makes most heads spin.
One of us probably worked in just such a laboratory. Let's hope he comes along to fill us in with details.
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