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Old 08-18-2015, 08:35 AM   #1
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Wideband & boost gauge setup

Does anyone know a good gauge setup that won't kill the wallet? I really need to get a wideband but if I can find something cheaper than 150 bucks I'd be happy. I'll even take a used setup!! If you have one, I'm open to buying it as well.


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APSX D2 DIGITAL WIDEBAND O2 AIR FUEL RATIO CONTROLLER GAUGE COMPLETE KIT


This is the one I got. Have yet to use it but lots of online reviews say it works great.
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Do you know if you actually have to weld in a bung on our cars? I have a prohamber H pipe if that means anything.


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Nope, needs a 5th bung put in it for the wideband. Driver's side, in front of any cats that might be present. The one I linked you to comes with a bung so you just take your car to a shop and pay them $20 to put it in. Or pull the pipe and take it over and have it done out of the car.
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If there are no cats on the car do you have them weld the bung in on he h-pipe?


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If there are no cats on the car do you have them weld the bung in on he h-pipe?


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Yes, the sensor has to read the exhaust as it exits the motor.
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So anywhere on the h-pipe is sufficient?


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So anywhere on the h-pipe is sufficient?


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The gauge kit will usually tell you how far down stream the bung goes.
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Driver's side, near where the normal O2 bung is...
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