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    A/F and Boost gauge installations

    Anyone got links/pics/tips for installing A/f Sensor and boost gauge?

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    What kind of AFR gauge? If it's not a wideband, return it / trash it.

    What car?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    What kind of AFR gauge? If it's not a wideband, return it / trash it.

    What car?
    I agree, narrowband useless, wideband useful
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    Wideband =)
    How long would this take?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tofugc8
    Wideband =)
    How long would this take?
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    It's not too difficult. A boost gauge should take maybe an hour (give or take). For the WBO2, do you have a bung already in your downpipe?
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    I do not have downpipe yet. Is it require to have one for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tofugc8
    I do not have downpipe yet. Is it require to have one for it?
    WBO2 needs to be placed in the downpipe before any cats. Typically, they aren't used until your car is @ StageII
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