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#1 OFFLINE   Radical08

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Posted 16 December 2012 - 10:07 AM

A few questions here on the wideband topic;

-The 2011 and up Mustangs and Shelby have wideband O2 sensors installed already correct, and the 2010 does not?

-I want a dual wideband, any recommendations on which one? I have only seen 2 out there that are dual

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Posted 16 December 2012 - 11:18 AM

-The 2011 and up Mustangs and Shelby have wideband O2 sensors installed already correct, and the 2010 does not?
-I want a dual wideband, any recommendations on which one? I have only seen 2 out there that are dual


I know for sure the 2010 has a HEGO (4-wire) sensor and not a UEGO (5-wire, aka 'wideband') sensor.

I can't remember which was the first year but it was either 2011 or 2012. I'm pretty sure it was the '11 because that's when they went to a frequency based MAF Sensor so the PCM would be different and more probably used a UEGO vs. HEGO sensor.

I'm curious though...Why do you desire a dual sensor system?


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Posted 16 December 2012 - 12:51 PM

I was thinking it would be best to monitor both sides being a V8 but maybe really not needed just one side. Too bad the 10 did not have the wideband because that would have been simple to do. I guess most just do one side monitoring

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Posted 16 December 2012 - 08:17 PM

Fast sells a duel wide bad system, buts its really not necessary. I run mine off the driver side. AEM or innovate sell very nice ones.

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 03:55 AM

Ok here is the deal on the 2010 GT500. I have a AEM Wideband installed now and not so hard really. On the driver side thereis room in that short section of pipe between the converter and the manifold at the 1 o clock position for a sensor. The wire goes right up and there is a firewall opening right by the brake cable it fits through. Get the Roush vent pod for the gage, connect ground and switched power and wala done and a wideband in the car without buying a $450 H-Pipe or something else or doing it half ass so to speak. Works out well on the driver side because nothing is there. You can't do it on the passenger side and I'm only using one like most do anyway. So $175 from Summit or Jegs and a very good AEM wideband that does not require all the calibrations that most do.




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