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    What wideband for my 02 wrx

    Hey guys, the guy whos gonna be doing the tuning and what not on my car has a tatrix or something like that, so he said i should get a wideband. Can anyone point me in the right dirrection for a good one?!

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    UEGO, or LC-1.. take your pick. You're going to want a logging cable to go with it.

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    Thanks i was actually looking at the uego!

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    The UEGO is going to be the cheapest option. I have heard the LC-1 has slightly quicker response, and you can calibrate it.. but my UEGO was super easy to install and setup. Works great for me.


    Side note.. the drivers for logging cable for the UEGO seem to prefer Windows XP since it's a serial interface.

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    UEGO, super easy to install, use and cheaper. But the sensors need replacing often, even mine didn't last long and I followed every bit of install instructions down to the last period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wreckingball man View Post
    UEGO, super easy to install, use and cheaper. But the sensors need replacing often, even mine didn't last long and I followed every bit of install instructions down to the last period.

    My sensor has been good two years and counting.. and I didn't follow the instructions. I installed it in the factory rear O2 location.

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    Yeah, in the directions it has you mounting it closer to the turbo, but I have heard of that. Do you have any links i would definitely be willing to give that a try. Mainly defeating the error codes, in OS it's not a problem but I have an AP and have thrown a heater core low CEL for the rear o2...thought all rear o2 CELs were supposed to be eliminated? This mounting position is only for 02/03 right? Trying not to make this off topic.
    Last edited by wreckingball man; 08-24-2013 at 02:56 PM.

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    yeah.. you can just look in your map on RomRaider and turn off everything to do with the rear O2.. on your car

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