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Hoping to find some quality known products as they seem to be all over the place in quality and price point.
Thanks in advance.
 

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wide or narrow band ?
i just got a wideband from , um, wide-band.com thru eBay;
haven't installed it yet..
 

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Wide band. Read the reviews on a bunch of them.... seems like it’s hard to find a good one.
 

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I typically use and like the AEM 30-0300 X-Series Wideband. They are only like .500 deep so they could really be flush mounted if space is at a premium. You can find them online for under $200 shipped. They can be wired to data-log if necessary.
 

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AEM for me.
I avoid Innovate's stuff as I bought a MTX-L and it act strange. Innovate support said O2 sensor was at a bad location and it was fouled. Bought a new O2, same issue on day one. Bought an AEM to replace the entire thing, zero issue since then, which was 7+ years ago.
 

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Brian,
Just heed the warnings in instructions about placement of the bung. Condensation will kill wide band sensors.
 

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Thanks for the advice. Been working on a vnt that was recently acquired. Short block comes out of the machine shop next week and looking forward to getting it back up and running.
 
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