I don't think anyone ever plans on seeing 20 except on decel.spoolint78 said:only reads from 9.0 to 16.0
if true, i would invest in another wideband just to get a broader range.
most go from 10.0 to 20.0
but its still better then nothing, and relatively cheap
Hua said:I don't think anyone ever plans on seeing 20 except on decel.
Mani,MANI009 said:I have a FJO also and I think the NTK sensor is really worth the cost if you use leaded gas alot, also it reads from 10.0 to 20.0 and the data logging is real easy and very easy to view as you can view the graphs in different formats.
I believe their new units are $292 and the NTK sensor is under $200 if you buy it together, the only thing is the nice round gauge that I bought was another $120.
The pricing for the NTK sensor compatible with their new units on the website is $209.75; I was about to upgrade to the new unit as it can use both NTK and Bosch sensor and the replacement cost is only a $100 more than buying a sensor for my old unit which is around $300 like you said.Suprafied said:Mani,
The NTK sensor is around $275.00 w/o being purchased as a unit. Dusty and I spoke alot about this when I was having overtemp faults that were related to loose power wire.