Wide range O2 sensor

Gar Willis garfield at cyberlynk.com
Wed Aug 25 13:50:02 GMT 1999

On Tue, 24 Aug 1999 12:43:07 -0700 "John Dammeyer"
<johnd at autoartisans.com> wrote:

>In a previous post someone mentioned that the stock O2 sensors have a
>very narrow band for mixture tuning and that to get an O2 sensor that
>had a broader window would be very expensive.
>Ok.  Where do I go to buy such an O2 sensor?  What's the part number?
>Is it possible to get a datasheet on the device?

Search the archives using the following keys: UEGO, [wideband,
wide-band, or "wide band"], EGOR, NTK, Horiba, etc.. WAY too much water
over the damn to regurgitate it here. And it's NOT so simple as just
"buying a part", as you'll see.

Personally, I'd start with EGOR, but that's just me. :)


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