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I'm guessin any of them will work ok w/ a 3-wire (heated) O2 sensor.

Summit is B/O on the $29 LED graph gauge.
Is the analog just as good?
 

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I would want one with an analog gauge that I could actually read. Those digitals just give you not enough, too much and in the middle and thats it. I tried one when I first got my motor running but I run open headers. The thing would blip lean every time the motor hit because of no back pressure I guess. It did kind of get me in the ball park though on my idles and primaries because I had no clue where to start. After that I took mine out to the quarter mile dyno's. It would be better to just go to some place and get on a dyno for a few pulls to get it dialed in.

An EGT sensor would be best for a hot rod.



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1965 289 Mustang 2+2

best et to date: 12.53 @ 108.22
best et backwards: 12.59 @ 107.5

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