Question on Widebands
So I am still new with the fuel injection performance thing. with that being said I understand that the Wideband measures the Air/Fuel ratio in each bank of the engine to see at a glance weather the car is running rich or lean.
( I think that's correct...correct me if I am wrong)
with that being said at what point is something like a Widwband setup needed? I am in the process of working on getting parts together over this winter to do some upgrades to my car such as Heads, Cam, and Intake with nitrous up next.
after the Heads cam and intake are done I will take the car somewhere to get it tuned on a dyno.
so at what point do I need to invest in a Wideband. and when that time comes what one do you all suggest to get
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