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    New to this and have questions about aftermarket part/installation

    I bought the prosport air/fuel ratio digital gauge. Now my question is when do put/weld the bung on my exhaust. i have the invidia G200 turboback exhaust installed on the car. Any help/tips will be appreciated.

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    If you want a real reading you will need a wideband.
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    sorry ment to type in my post saying i have the wideband air/fuel ratio kit from prosport gauges

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    Do you mean where should you put the bung?
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    yea

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    Sorry for the late response...

    On the downpipe would be ideal. I believe some downpipes that are aftermarket come with bungs for an O2 sensor. I'll look it up when I get a chance to see for sure.
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    the instructions should say, but from what i have read, it's recommended to weld the bung before the cat, about 12" from the mouth of the dp. weld it in the 10 - 2 o clock position.

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    so weld it on the Down Pipe, i was told to weld it after the down pipe on the exhaust pipe. i have the invidia downpipe no cat. will that be a problem? sorry if i am overkilling this question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mario041012
    so weld it on the Down Pipe, i was told to weld it after the down pipe on the exhaust pipe. i have the invidia downpipe no cat. will that be a problem? sorry if i am overkilling this question.
    You want the WBO2 in your downpipe

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    ok cool so weld the bung and have the wide band o2 sensor in the down pipe

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