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Originally Posted by Ronnie's.930 View Post
Hi Robby - yep it is a meter/gauge that uses a wideband oxygen sensor, mounted in the exhaust (after the turbo), to measure the O2 content of the exhaust gasses and then translate that into a numeric, air-to-fuel ratio .

I have one of these, but there are many good ones on the market at very different costs (but like anything, the really good ones cost the most) -

LM-2 Wideband O2 Digital Air/fuel Ratio Meter

Thanks for that Ronnie,

But Now ive just pushed out another bit of information to make room for the AFR info.!
These cars get treated like super modern marvels, over 35 yrs ago i reckon when they left the assembly line a German would sit there with a cigar and blow smoke iup thje exhaus, if no leaks car was good to go and tht ws it, they will run forever if left mostly stock.or if upgraded with original parts

sorry for typos cant see atm
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