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Old 12-25-2012, 06:28 AM   #10
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the AEM uego wideband A/F gauge comes with an o2 sensor. most wideband A/F gauges are going to come with an o2 sensor. you want the stock o2 sensor that is furthest upstream to stay the furthest upstream then the wideband next and then dont even worry about the stock downstream o2 sensor. that will get turned off with a tune anyway. all the downstream o2 sensor does is monitor whether or not the cat is working and i doubt you will be running a cat with your turbo kit.

the xcal3 can hold several tunes i think. i know the old xcal 2 i have can hold at least 2.

the ATX is a wise choice and not alot of people go that route but you will be thankful for it in the long run.
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