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Old 05-21-2019, 11:39 PM   #51
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Old 05-22-2019, 10:24 AM   #53
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On to the next item on my list. Installing a new AEM wide band to replace the failed Innovate.
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Have you thought about Zeitronix? I purchased one at the suggestion of Yoshifab after I melted my AEM wiring and blew up the gauge. A little more expensive but they appear to have more options.

The gauge itself is only as thick as the bezel and connects to the brains via a rj-11 style phone cord. I think it uses the same Bosch o2 sensor as the AEM.

http://www.zeitronix.com/order/order.htm
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Have you thought about Zeitronix? I purchased one at the suggestion of Yoshifab after I melted my AEM wiring and blew up the gauge. A little more expensive but they appear to have more options.

The gauge itself is only as thick as the bezel and connects to the brains via a rj-11 style phone cord. I think it uses the same Bosch o2 sensor as the AEM.

http://www.zeitronix.com/order/order.htm
Thought about it. Bought the AEM already.
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Have you thought about Zeitronix? I purchased one at the suggestion of Yoshifab after I melted my AEM wiring and blew up the gauge. A little more expensive but they appear to have more options.

The gauge itself is only as thick as the bezel and connects to the brains via a rj-11 style phone cord. I think it uses the same Bosch o2 sensor as the AEM.
The AEM is very short also. maybe an inch. It seems to fit nicely, although I'm using a customized bezel I cut for the hole. Hopefully this one doesn't melt.
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