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2-1/16" NARROWBAND AIR/FUEL RATIO, LEAN-RICH, Z-SERIES

2-1/16" NARROWBAND AIR/FUEL RATIO, LEAN-RICH, Z-SERIES

Product # 2675
$89.87

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Description
Running too lean while enjoying spirited driving in your vehicle is one of the leading causes of expensive engine damage. AutoMeter’s Narrowband Air/Fuel Gauges pair with older Oxygen Sensors to warn of lean burn conditions under heavy engine load. Connects directly to the factory O2 sensor on many applications, or uses the AutoMeter 2244 Narrowband O2 sensor. Not compatible with 5 wire air/fuel sensors.
ADDITIONAL NOTES

Feature Points

  • Compatible with factory narrowband O2 sensors (0-1V)
  • May require model 2244 if the vehicle does not have a factory narrowband primary O2 sensor
  • Features LED radial bar graph display (gauge does not have provision for backlight)
  • Will not work with wideband O2 sensors (0-5V) - please check your specific application before purchase
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Mounting Hardware

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Questions

what is the difference between narrow or wideband I want to install on a carb car just to see ratio not to control anything

Asked by: rob evangelista
Hi Rob, thank you for reaching out to us. Narrowband is a much older, less accurate technology that utilizes earlier style, 0-1V narrowband sensors. Wideband gauges use a 0-5V sensor, providing a much greater level of detail and accuracy to allow for actual tuning. To see an actual air/fuel reading, like 14.7:1, we'd recommend one of our many wideband gauges that will include the O2 sensor. These will vary in features in price from our Street Series and Analog options to our new Pro Plus Wideband.
Answered by: Matt from AutoMeter
Date published: 2018-11-21
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