Air fuel gauge

Discussion in 'Performance Tech & Modifications' started by speed3syndicate, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. speed3syndicate

    speed3syndicate New Member

    could i potentially run a narrow band af gauge in my ms3.how would i do it? i know that it wont be as accurate but at this point i need one and that is all i've got
     
  2. dmention7

    dmention7 Hater

    Not even worth your time, to be perfectly honest. A good wideband is $200, FAR cheaper than what can happen if you're leaning out under boost.
     
  3. Picklz

    Picklz SUDO Make me a SAMCH

    Yeah, narrow band is honestly worthless, not worth the time/effort/cost to install. Sell it and buy a wideband.
     

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