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Auto Meter 3375 Sport-Comp Digital Narrowband Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge

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Gauge Type:
Electric
Gauge Face:
Black
Lighting Type:
LED Segments
AFR Gauge Type:
Narrowband
Bezel Finish:
Brushed Aluminum
MFG. Part #:
3375
Gauge Range:
Lean-Rich
Includes Mounting Bracket(s):
Yes
Overall Diameter:
2-1/16
GTIN Code:
046074033759
Auto Meter 3375 Sport-Comp Digital  Narrowband Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge

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  • Ground Shipping Only - Can't Ship Air.

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Running too lean while enjoying spirited driving in your vehicle is one of the leading causes of expensive engine damage. Auto Meter's Narrowband Air/Fuel Gauges pair with older Oxygen Sensors to warn of lean burn conditions under heavy engine load. Connects directly to the factory O2 sensor on many applications, or uses the Auto Meter 2244 Narrowband O2 sensor. Not compatible with 5 wire air/fuel sensors.
  • Will work with most factory narrow-band O2 sensors (0-1V)
  • May require model 2244
  • Features LED digital display (gauge does not have provision for backlight)
  • Will not work with wide-band O2 sensors (0-5V) - please check your specific application before purchase

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I have a 73 Super Beetle that I am prepping for a turbo/carb combo, I'd like to make sure my air the mixture is right so I don't melt a head. My question is how and where do I mount an O2 sensor and is there another option. Also no computer on board. Ken

s64grinch
July 26, 2015

I have a 73 Super Beetle that I am prepping for a turbo/carb combo, I'd like to make sure my air the mixture is right so I don't melt a head. My question is how and where do I mount an O2 sensor and is there another option. Also no computer on board. Ken

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July 28, 2015
Zach
Expert
You would want to mount an O2 sensor in the exhaust pipe after the turbo. We offer Weld bungs for weldinginto your exhaust pipe and then you can thread an O2 sensor into it. Part # 9353735
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