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Old 09-26-2007, 12:09 AM
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this is probaly a dumb ? but im goin to purchase a wideband o2 and have megasquirt on the way do i still need to run my oem o2 sensor????? or do i need to weld a new bung for the wideband????
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the innovate stuff can be configured with a NBO2 output, if needed. but you shouldn't need a narrow band with a standalone.
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MSPNP or something else?
Pretty sure you can eliminate the stock sensor if you're going PNP.
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Where are you getting it? I got mine for a really good price WITH the DB gauge shipped. It comes with a bung and plug conveniently.
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You should weld a new bung in anyway, just so you can put the O2 further down stream. You can use the plug that came with the WB to plug the NB.
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I have to re-do some of my exhaust anyways, but my nb is located pretty far downstream, just ahead of the cat really. I have to take my wheel off to change my O2 sensor.
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