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thats a good question. i just left the stock ones pluged in and welded a extra flange for the wide band since it plugs straight into the guage and i havent had any problems with it.
 

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That's the same question I asked I got a response saying yes you can delete the oxygen sensors if running a Aem ems. U would assume since the v2 isn't really self learning computer like the factory and since you already have to tune for fuel air and spark as it is, a good wideband would just replace the oxygen sensor as a way of watching and helping to adjust the afr as we tune.
 

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i deleted the oem o2 sensor and using aem wideband o2 sensor for my aem v2

john reed said it was ok, so i bought a weld-in bung and welded it onto my downpipe about 15+" away from the turbo
works great.

the aem v2 may have an option you can select between many different brands of o2 sensors.
 

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the wide band doesnt have to be exactly on the manifold if thats all your worried about.
no im not worried about that i was worried about having a stock O2 sensor dangling around cuz i have no where to put it cuz my manifold doesnt have a place for it. and I'm running my wideband off my v.2 so i dont really need a stock one, or atleast that was my question.
i deleted the oem o2 sensor and using aem wideband o2 sensor for my aem v2

john reed said it was ok, so i bought a weld-in bung and welded it onto my downpipe about 15+" away from the turbo
works great.

the aem v2 may have an option you can select between many different brands of o2 sensors.
pretty much what i was hoping for
 
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