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Old 05-29-2012, 07:11 PM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone could recommend a good air/fuel ratio gauge for my '02 Z28, I was also wondering if anyone could give me some info as to how it's installed? Thanks
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Autometer mmakes good quality gauges. They are a bit pricey though
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do they come with directions for installation?
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Are you looking for the A/F light show gauge or a wide band o2 gauge ?
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Most of the time they do but i would ask whoever you buy it from to be sure
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isn't there one that just tells you the numbers? like how many parts of fuel there is to o2?

I think it's a wide band 02 gauge
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You want a wide band. I have the AEM wide band, you drill in to the exhaust and weld in a bung, run the wires from the wide band o2 sensor to the gauge and the run a power source to the gauge. Aem sent instructions with the gauge also.
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Thanks Conan, can you send me a link to the gauge you have?
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http://www.autometer.com/cat_gaugede...gid=3606&sid=4
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I've had a few of them...and love the Zeitronix.
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Gauge... http://www.aemelectronics.com/wideba...fuel-gauge-25/

In car... http://mycarpics.shutterfly.com/282
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why didn't you mount it on the pillar?
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why didn't you mount it on the pillar?
Only have a 2 gauge pillar, boost and OBD2 scan gauge. Wasn't spending money on a 3 gauge pillar. That mount was free
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AEM has been kinda lacking in quality lately. The Innovate Wideband is probably the top dog in AFR gauges right now. can be found for around 150-160 if you search.

http://www.innovatemotorsports.com/products/db.php
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It said it's 210 for the kit, I might invest in it after I do some more looking around. So I can basically screw this thing into my ORY some how and get my reading from there? I plan on using TSP SS headers that have the fittings for the o2 sensors to thread into. What do you guys think?
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keep looking or PM me for a link. i dont wanna post links from someone that might not be a sponsor on here.
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