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Old 12-06-2008, 01:52 PM   #11
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Not a problem. Glad we could help!!!

You really NEED a wideband with a PW. A little fuel delivery problem (pump, filter, injector) and BAM. Donezoh.

Donezoh. Pronounced like blammo. If that makes sense.
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lol...yeah....it will def help with mcnews tuning and DD use...


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Really any forced induction car ought to have a wideband. Something gets funky - trouble ensues. A great investment IMO.

Alot of the V8 dudes we have as customers just want to tune - and take it off. Crazy. I feel it should be in the car always. If you value your investment that is.
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yeah. I didn't have time to get that and install and all that. car has a week of boost time on it. everything is good to go so far. soon as I get back it's getting the UEGO put in.

I know I need it. I have been watching the EGT in the mean time....
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^^^It arrived at home today..u guys rock!

thanks again for the killer PWSC deal with the gauge again
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