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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-26-2011 Thread Starter
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So my friend ended up buying the aem eugo gauge and not needing it for his evo, so I am going to buy it from him. I was just wondering if any one had any advise for me as far as installing the gauge? Thank you

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I don't have any experience using them with 2 pipes coming out of the engine but I've got one on my volvo and was easy to install. These cars have factory wideband though so there may be an easier solution that can either tie into the AEM gauge or something ?

Something like this may be able to do it but not cheap..

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I honestly don't know how you would be able to measure the AFR's from both sides of the engine though with 1 UEGO

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I wouldnt even bother installing that, these cars have wideband o2's on both banks stock. you wanna get your real time a/f ratios get an interceptor gauge that reads the factory widebands

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