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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-27-2010, 07:35 AM Thread Starter
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a/f guage??brands

what brand of a/f guages is everyone using?ive seen the on e at todds and like the looks of it and mickey told me about another brand that he recommended and i cant remember what it was and i was trying to see if my local dealer could get me one.any help would be appreciated.thanks
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Just make sure you get a wideband and heated sensor whatever you get. The one we have is a good value and very accurate



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I have used a LM1 several times. They are awesome.
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For $100 more I'd get the dual A/f gauge.

I'm looking at FAST and the LM series ones. I haven't bought one yet though.
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I have a FAST with dual sensors I really like it and those who have borrowed it do too. You can "RECORD" your run and then play it back once you're stopped. A little more expensive than other options out there but worth it to me.

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I've got the NGK powerdex. Picked it up used for 150.00 on ebay. It's like new.
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Just make sure you get a wideband and heated sensor whatever you get. The one we have is a good value and very accurate
What about durability of the O2 sensors Todd? I see quite a few are leaving the O2 sensors in and running a gauge on sidexsides but I figured you'd be replacing O2 sensors pretty regular.
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I don't leave mine in, water will kill it and it has a limited lifespan plus constant use gets it out spec where it won't read accurate.



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I don't leave mine in, water will kill it and it has a limited lifespan plus constant use gets it out spec where it won't read accurate.
That was my understanding... just checking.
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