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#16 Old 07-22-2013, 05:43 PM
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Dual Boost gauges one reads in PSI the other in MPA....

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I think I really wanna go with the wideband.. i think it just looks cool, apart from its usefulness. Fuel just sounds like a pain in the ass... and I can't really see needing it.

On the other hand... i really don't wanna have to weld in a new port. The drilling and welding part is not what has me worried... the getting my pipe out and back in seems like it'll be a pain in the ass.
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wideband O2 sensors don't last. You'll be replacing the expensive sensor frequently. They're best for tuning and then taking back off.

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On the other hand... i really don't wanna have to weld in a new port. The drilling and welding part is not what has me worried... the getting my pipe out and back in seems like it'll be a pain in the ass.
Once you have done it a couple of times removing and replacing the downpipe is a breeze.

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