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  • [All Models] Wideband Gauge

    Realised that I definitely need a wideband gauge/lambda sensor (megajolt ecu doesn't use a lambda sensor) to get my car running spot on.

    Have no idea what's good or not but found this AEM kit and wonder if anyone's had any experience they can point me in the right direction? eBay

  • #2
    That ones not too bad, good make, we used an Innovate one on marks LET. Also a good brand.
    |> Spec2 R33 Skyline GTS-T <|

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    • #3
      Cheers will have a look. Guessing their pretty easy to setup?

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      • #4
        Yes very. Calibration is the only real setup you do and it's a simple procedure of powering it up and down with sensor connected/disconnected etc.
        |> Spec2 R33 Skyline GTS-T <|

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        • #5
          Stupid money fr what they actually do. Hold value though

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          • #6
            Cheers guys, yeah 150 for a gauge and sensor is pricey and puts me off but it is needed...

            Also, current exhaust system has no hole for a lambda sensor, how easy is it to make a threaded hole and where should I put it?

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            • #7
              you can cut the hole with a hole saw and then weld a nut on the hole, make sure the thread matches the lambda sensor thread. simples

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Matthew View Post
                you can cut the hole with a hole saw and then weld a nut on the hole, make sure the thread matches the lambda sensor thread. simples
                Thanks mate

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Vegas View Post
                  Stupid money fr what they actually do. Hold value though
                  Worth every penny imo.

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