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    Fuel/Air mix gauge

    Anyone fit one?

    If so the wiring loom, I have 1 wire for the measurement, which one from the ECU (I assume) does this connect to?

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Mk 4 Linea Rossa Coupe Turbo

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    I guess no one has one fitted to their Z20LET then? lol
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    A little more description would help, by the sounds of it you have a narrow band gauge but you don't say which so we could do with being told what you have really. I fitted a Stack wideband gauge to my coupe turbo and all that needed doing was to weld the flange into exhaust and mount the gauge, then power it.

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    Sorry is has a wiring loom

    52mm Smoked face Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge
    • 270 Degrees Dials
    • Measures from Lean - Rich
    • Brand new in stock
    • Comes with wiring loom and wiring instruction
    wiring instructions say wire up the orange and red wires to sensor, wondered if I should just tap this in to the front o2 sensor but that as 4 wires.
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    Tap into the black wire at the front o2 sensor, but dont expect a narrow band gauge to be accurate.
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    i got one fitted m8, i got a autogauge one i had to drill a senor into the exhaust, like a lambo senor then the rest just goses into the ignition and the dash lights

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    Quote Originally Posted by hott4u View Post
    Tap into the black wire at the front o2 sensor, but dont expect a narrow band gauge to be accurate.
    Just what he said then enjoy the light show
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    Wont bother then if it is not accurate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mav View Post
    Wont bother then if it is not accurate
    It depends what you want it to show!

    If you want to use it for tuning and setting up the engine....Forget it.

    If you just want to know that your engine is roughly fueling correctly and not running far too lean or too rich, then then are fairly useful.

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