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Ericinhoodriver 05-12-2012 10:52 AM

AccessPort afr vs true wideband
 
Considering an AEM wideband on my stage 2 wrx. Anyone done this and compared the AP afr to the AEM uego readings? Also, any sensor problems using the extra Cobb dp bung that is in a very easy and convenient spot, but kinda close to the turbo?

Thanks,
Eric

blk05WRX 05-12-2012 12:08 PM

The extra bung on the DP is the perfect spot for a wideband. The Cobb reads accurately from what I've seen. I test drove a car with both and it seemed right on what the gauge was reading.

newtothegame 05-12-2012 09:20 PM

I have the Cobb DP, with the A/F gauge in that spot. My AFRs between the gauge and the AP are within .1 of each other almost all the time.

brfatal 05-13-2012 07:11 AM

The Accessport uses the stock sensor, which is useless for data logging. The sensor mounts close to the turbo, where it's supposed to be for accurate readings, but because of where it is they do eventually fail.

[url]http://www.iwsti.com/forums/cobb-street-tuner/36914-stock-narrow-band-o2-vs-lc-1-wideband-o2-lots-data.html[/url]


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