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Narrowband Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by angusmcraptor, Jun 18, 2019.

  1. angusmcraptor

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    Looking for advice in installing a Narrowband Air/Fuel ratio gauge in a Gen2. Need to know stuff like where is the Air/Fuel Ratio Oxygen sensor etc...? Starting from ground zero here.
     
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    Narrow band? Most use wide band to monitor A/F ratios.
     
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    Was looking into that. Not sure if ability to modify the mix would void the warranty. But I'm considering it too.
     
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    A narrowband A/F ratio gauge is only good for a light show. Is this for looks or for tuning purposes? No real aka reputable tuner ever uses a narrowband O2 sensor for tuning. The 02 sensors will be located before the cats and after the cats. The ones that are used for tuning/engine control are the primary ones. Sometimes called upstream O2s. The ones before the cat.
     
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    Gen 1 Raptor has stock o2 sensors that are wideband from the factory. I would imagine the gen 2 to have them as well. All you need is a monitor like a scan gauge that plugs in to your obd port. Pick afr left and right bank out of all the parameters. I used my SCT X4 to monitor my afr when my truck was boosted.
     
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    OK... I'm talked into wide band. Sounds like climbing under the truck instead of digging around under the hood. Looking for a 52mm gauge. Any suggestions?
     
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    I responded to this on the other forum too. We have wideband O2 sensors stock. There is also a readout on the dash that you can monitor for AFR's. If you wanted a separate gauge, it would probably be easy. Just be careful because the that sensor is extremely important.
     
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    Thanks again. Now I’m rethinking. Might just need to invest in a good tune.
     
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    The Aeroforce Interceptor gauge will read the A/F ratio and plugs into the OBD II port.
     

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