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Old 04-11-2018, 10:56 PM   #1
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Im about to put a bigger turbo on my 760 and I have to change out the o2 sensor first. What are some opinions on what sensor to get if im going to be adding a decent amount of boost and potentially deleting most of the exhaust. Do I go with a stock grade sensor or should I maybe get something that will react better to the turbo upgrade? I read somewhere that it might be a good idea to get a different than normal sensor but im unsure what to get. (new turbo is a mitsu 16g big, usually ran around 10-15 psi on my other brick if that is relevant info). If youre still reading this, you rockkkkk and many thanks
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Old 04-11-2018, 11:34 PM   #2
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Stock sensor then secondary wideband o2 sensor
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Myself I have been pretty happy with the NTK brand sensor, they are the parent company to NGK I was told. Either way I have never had issues with thier sensors in place of the bosch units and they have worked out really well for me in my turbo cars.
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Or wideband O2 sensor that has a narrowband output. If you need a narrowband output (still running stock ECU?), that is.
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Or wideband O2 sensor that has a narrowband output. If you need a narrowband output (still running stock ECU?), that is.
This too...I was assuming a stock ecu
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