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Old 10-02-2006, 06:55 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Sleepr56 View Post
Wide ban gives me a larger varience in voltage input from the sensor, those sensors are not typically factory sensors, which range from $280-500 depending on the sensor and device to read or record. Those are typically used for tuning.

You will just need a regular a/f monitor, like autometer or anything that doesnt say wide ban. I have never been a big fan of the autometer gauge (or autometer gauges in general), seems like your car would turn into a rave before you got some actual results from it (no offence ben).
On the contrary, a wideband O2 sensor will work with a standard AF gague and a wideband 02 sensor is about 100 dollars itself - VW's use them stock snag one from a VW dealership.

The setup which I am running for wideband (HERE) is about 400 dollars, however it is capable of data logging and sooo much more.
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