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Features & Product Details
This is the Prosport Evo Series Wideband Air Fuel Ratio Gauge. The wideband gauge is one of the most important gauges to have in your vehicle because tuners use it as a tool, but it also lets the driver know how safe it is to go wide open throttle. If you're running rich then you know that you have a potential boost or vacuum leak, or your tuning needs an adjustment. And if you're lean, then you could blow up all of the things.
This particular gauge gets the information from a Bosch wideband O2 sensor with a -5 wire heated LSU 4.9 sensor which will read from a range of 10.0:1 to 20.0:1 AFR readings. This is a multi-color display with a digital readout which will make for a nice addition to the interior of your vehicle.
Also included with the Evo Series Wideband O2 gauge is a weld-in bung, wiring harness from the gauge to the O2 sensor which is 10 feet long. The plug and play wiring harness, as well as instructions, hardware, gauge mount, and decals to make a complete kit.
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REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
Only complaint is when using colors other than white (I am using red), it is kind of hard to read the gauge both day and night.
This gauge is awesome and has some nice features to it. Having a wideband to monitor your engine is a must have.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: 52mm vs 60mm SubieDoobie1 year agoDoes the 52mm share the same features as the 60mm just in a smaller size or are they actually different? The 60mm advertises dimming and data logging but the 52mm does not, wasn't sure if this explains the difference in price. Thank you.
1 of 2 people found the following answer helpful
A: For the 52mm it does look to be a little different. No advertising on dimming or logging sadly.Megan L. @ RallySport Direct 1 year ago
- 1 of 2 people found the following answer helpful