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post #1 of 6 Old 07-10-2007, 09:59 AM Thread Starter
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narrow band afr gauge

Does anyone recognize this narrow band gauge? it has no identifying markers...



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nevermind. i found it. a cyberdyne unit. the colour of the wires on it don't match the website install directions, but i think i can figure it out


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narrowband a/f gauges for the lose....
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it was free and will get me through until i get me a nice wideband

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it was free and will get me through until i get me a nice wideband
Free or not, it's not going to do you a damn bit of good on a turbo or blower car....By the time that gauge reads lean, you'll have already blew the head gasket or motor last week......It only reads stoich.....
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