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Old 06-05-2006, 01:32 AM   #1
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Default type of sensor the hydra uses for wideband

i know the hydra uses NTK L2H2 UEGO, does anyone know a gauge "afr" will tap into this type of sensor so i can see the AFR at all times without the need of a laptop? if not i'm just going get the plx m-300 or innovative gauge setup. the only reason i ask this is because i don't want to weld another bung to the downpipe, but if i have to then i will.

btw, does hydra cancel the rear o2 out and uses only the bung on the manifold?? i don't remember much things because i havn't touch my sti in ages since it's 400 miles away. if it cancels out i can use that secondary o2 as another wideband right?

sorry for so much questions.

-mike
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Old 06-05-2006, 05:56 PM   #2
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Mike,

The Hydra does not use the front 02 sensor but can use the rear 02 sensor but isn't required to do so. MOTEC and a few other systems use the NTK sensor.

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