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Old 10-20-2013, 09:43 AM   #331
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One on the hood and one on the passenger fender. Prettt sure the fender is from one of my kids bikes. The hood is an obvious rock chip.
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I got some caution tape I'll send ya so you can mark a perimeter...

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For my kids that means it needs to be touched even more.
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Old 11-14-2013, 01:07 AM   #334
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Another piece to the puzzle? Maybe so. I've always had a crush on the Phantom Series by Autometer.

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With your engine having forged pistons, you could easily max out that gauge, but with that m90 you might only hit about 16. But, since boost is addictive, I'm pretty sure you will go bigger less than a year of installing the m90. I had several phantom gauges for my stang, sold all except the fuel pressure gauge, still have that one...I have an autometer ultra lite series 2" wideband oxygen gauge & sensor I picked up for my Trac, but I'm going to the innovative digital gauges, so it might be up sale, idk yet. Still working on my license, I haven't forgot about that...

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I have a digital dual wideband for my Mustang as well, and I can't remember the brand. Might even be Innovative. I guess that won't match this so well.... hmm, I hadn't thought of that.

EDIT: The brand is Equus. It is just LED's rather than a readout. That may not be considered digital?
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I've seen those, I'm not sure the one you have is an actual wideband. If it just says lean/stoic/rich its a narrow band...

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Oh, OK. I didn't realize that it's a narrow band. This is the one I have:

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Yep, narrow band. The wideband gauges are at least $150, with most around $179...

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nice little project you have going on
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