2-1/16" WIDEBAND STREET AIR/FUEL RATIO, 10:1-17:1 AFR, GT
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- Size:2-1/16" (52.4mm)
- Range:10:1-17:1 AFR
- Lighting:Digital LED
- Instructions: Download PDF
Taking the core features from AutoMeter’s Pro Wideband, the Street Wideband provides the most important functions necessary to make sure you’re extracting the most power possible, safely. Our advanced auto calibration system automatically calibrates your gauge on every startup to assure you of the highest degree of accuracy over the entire lifespan of your sensor (no free air calibration is ever necessary). Designed for gasoline applications, this wideband gauge provides the same degree of accuracy and response as the Pro version, but at a reduced cost. Data logging output is included for one wire or two wire systems. Our specially designed O2 sensor and wiring harness are included for ease of installation.
- Gauge kit includes custom tuned .1 AFR Resolution Bosch LSU4.2 Sensor, 8ft. wiring harness, 304 stainless steel weld-in bung, mounting hardware, and detailed instructions for installation
- 0-4v data output feed for ECU, data acquisition unit, or Laptop tuning
- Suitable for use with gasoline powered engines
- Digital segment display and LED radial bar graph display
- 10:1 to 20:1 AFR Range for Gasoline Applications
- 12 and 16 volt compatible, compatible with nearly every street car or race car electrical system
- User Programmable Warning Function
- Display data in Lambda or numerical A/F ratio
- M18X1.5 Fitting and Plug
I have a BBC 502, no balance tube between header L R sides. Is one O2 senior, going to to the job. Do I need to install a balance tube and weld the bung there ? hopefully reading exhaust from both at the same time.
You should be fine measuring Air/Fuel with this gauge without installing a balance tube.
Date published: 2022-11-11
will this work for just simple setups such as old school non electronic 351 cleveland ford or do you suggest a different one for basic monitoring?
This will work for that, but you do have to install and use the O2 sensor that we include with the kit.
Date published: 2022-02-01
how is this gauge mounted eg. does it have the traditional saddle bracket
Thank you for question. The 8079 Wideband uses the 2230 style bracket https://www.autometer.com/2-1-16-composite-gauge-bracket-kit-assembly.html
Date published: 2021-07-20
Hello, So the unit includes the display and the O2 sensor and cable? Also, is the sensor a 3-wire wideband? Thank you, Phil
Thank you for your question. The gauge kit includes custom tuned .1 AFR Resolution Bosch LSU4.2 Sensor, 8ft. wiring harness, 304 stainless steel weld-in bung, mounting hardware, and detailed instructions for installation. The sensors is model number 2243: https://www.autometer.com/sensor-for-wideband-air-fuel-ratio-gauges.html
Date published: 2021-03-11
I got this product but I think my o2 sensor is bad is there a specific replacement or what y’all recommend
Thank you for your question. The sensor needed is P/N: 2243.
Date published: 2020-02-21
is this guage interchangeable with model # 4378? or will I have to run a whole new harness.
Thank you for your question. This uses harness P/N: 5298 and the other gauge you are stating using P/N: 5232.
Date published: 2020-02-19
Is this water resistant or water proof for a motorcycle
Good so far. Mine is mounted on the fork tube.
Date published: 2019-05-25
My 2004 Acura TSX is equipped with 1 upstream air/fuel sensor and 1 downstream O2 sensor. Why can't I purchase this gauge without the air/fuel sensor since my car already has one? I can just tap the OEM air/fuel sensor wire for a signal for the gauge.
Thank you for your question. Very few of our gauges are available without sensors. Our gauges are designed to work with our sensors. If the gauge will likely have compatibility issues with another sensor, then we do not make it available without the sensor. If you have further questions regarding this, please contact our support team via this information: https://www.autometer.com/contacts
Date published: 2018-09-27