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    Prosport gauges ive read threads on but what about air/fuel gauge is it crap. And if it is what are the company is suggested. Wide band vs narrow band gauge.

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    Probably get a better answer in the cockpit and interior thread.


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    Get an EGT gauge instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boostcreep05 View Post
    Prosport gauges ive read threads on but what about air/fuel gauge is it crap. And if it is what are the company is suggested. Wide band vs narrow band gauge.
    I can read the words just fine, I just have no idea what he's saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idipskoalmint View Post
    Get an EGT gauge instead.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by idipskoalmint View Post
    Get an EGT gauge instead.
    why egt instead of air/fuel

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostcreep05
    why egt instead of air/fuel
    You'd need a wideband air/fuel for it to be worth anything, and that's really expensive - you'd be better with boost, egt, and oil temp (if you ask me)
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    They basically tell you the same thing. The higher your egt's the leaner your AFR's are. Ideally you'd have temp sensors for each of the cylinders, failing that one sensor in your upipe, and if not that then a one in your downpipe. You can get a good EGT guage and sensor for less than $100. A wideband 02 will cost you at least twice that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LPPTundWRX View Post
    Probably get a better answer in the cockpit and interior thread.
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