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Old Jun 4th, 07, 11:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Air/Fuel Gauge

Im looking to purchase and Air/Fuel Mixture gauge for my 94 Z28..Im going to be getting it ready for the track this weekend and Im trying to figure out which one would be best...I have about $80 to play with...I dont need something super flashy...just fairly acurate...also...Is my car a narrow or wide band O2? thanx
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Old Jun 4th, 07, 05:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That's gonna be tough to do on $80... The sensor in your car is a narrowband. I'm not sure if you can piggyback off it, but even if you can, the info from a narrowband sensor won't tell you much.

I just put a wideband autometer in my camaro, it cost $350 including the sensor.



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Old Jun 30th, 07, 05:57 AM   #3 (permalink)
 
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That's gonna be tough to do on $80... The sensor in your car is a narrowband. I'm not sure if you can piggyback off it, but even if you can, the info from a narrowband sensor won't tell you much.

I just put a wideband autometer in my camaro, it cost $350 including the sensor.
I agree the autometer air /fuel ratio gauge is bassically a light show to get a good air/fuel reading you need wideband
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Re: Air/Fuel Gauge

I have the FAST A/F ratio monitor/logger. Cost me $300 on ebay. Dual sensor so it reads both sides of motor. Also has built in data logger so you can replay after each run.
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