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Are there any recommendations for air/fuel ratio gauges? Must be wide band and display numbers not flashing lights. Complete kit. Preferably on Amazon.

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Innovative motorsports is the brand I am using..... I know they sell them on Amazon.... about 150 I believe.... 

I think this is the new model.....

 

Screenshot-20190415-091215-Amazon-Shoppi

 

I bough this brand  off the recommendation of others here, and so far I am very happy with it.....

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Welcome to the future mike.....

 

This unit also does data logging and can be added to an ecu if needed....

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3 minutes ago, Crashtd420 said:

Innovative motorsports is the brand I am using..... I know they sell them on Amazon.... about 150 I believe.... 

I think this is the new model.....

 

Screenshot-20190415-091215-Amazon-Shoppi

 

I bough this brand  off the recommendation of others here, and so far I am very happy with it.....

Complete with O2 wide band sensor, wiring, bung and all???

 

..and thanks.

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Ok Amazon doesnt say it but if you check it out on innovative motorsports website it says the kit includes the o2 bung....

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I believe the only thing it doesnt come with is a way to mount the gauge....

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Thanks crash. I ordered it with confidence.

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I put an AEM 31-5130 into my car.  I like that the analog face matches better with the analog guages of the car.  Seems to work well, needle moves plenty quick.  I can say since adding it and an MSD my car runs phenomenally better.  Unless you are using a Wideband, it's really just a guessing game.

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Damn thing arrived yesterday!! Usually 3 full days after the day ordered. They said Thurs but... ? Looks good. Now we had a really dry March with  5mm of rain rather than 105mm and unseasonable warm. Hope April is the same. Got to get the manifolds off. Best way to weld that bung is to remove the down pipe from the car, you know, the custom 240sx to L16 down pipe?

 

It'll have to be after the merge point...

 

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Make sure not to place it too far away from the head. 

 

within 18" away from the cylinder head was recommended by a tech.

 

If its a Turbo I was told to do a meter beyond the turbo outlet. 

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Because you want to measure ALL of your exhaust, I'd put it in the collector just above the horizontal plane, after the last 2 pipes join together.  In that 4" or so piece of larger pipe.  If you run the sensor too close to the engine, it'll fail prematurely.  That's an Innovate issue.  They sell an adapter to extend it out of the pipe if you're too close to the manifold.  This is the same gauge we use in the race truck.  I use an LM-1 (now LM-2) for portable tuning, along with their tailpipe clamp.  

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