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Anyone found a nice Air to Fuel Ratio Guage that seems to work well. Were are they taking the reading from as well. :?:
 
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I have always preferred the Split Second ARM-1 -- Its very easy to read at a glance, which is important because you dont have much time to look at gauges when you really need to be looking.

The gauges like autometer fluctuate too much..

Here's a link to where I bought mine:

http://www.dynamicracing.com/customer/product.php?productid=81&cat=16&page=1

also, here's what it looks like:



What you need to do to install it is just tap off the O2 sensor, your primary one preferrably.
 

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I planned to get a Autometer one for my car so it'd match the rest of the guages.

http://www.titanmotorsports.com/autelairfuel.html
 
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The autometer will be worthless to you, trust me. The gauge has too many "LED's" and it will end up sweeping back and forth quicker then you can see it..

I've seen a few in action and I wouldnt buy one... match or not. Actually, I wouldnt trust any gauge to an Autometer except maybee water temp...
 

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Yes that is true. Most of those gauges have to many gauges and dont mean anything.

I am currently working on getting a wide band o2 sensor. They are not cheap though. About $600 is what I will try to target. This is an actual unit that will give you an actura lamda reading. Its great for tunning your fuel computers.

I dont think that the autometer or that unit you have there Ekewl will work. Reason being is that the srt works off a 2.5V setup, instead of the .9-.1V. Im yet to research this but this is what someone posted alreayd. I think it was mike?
 
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