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★★★★ Digital Wideband AFR gauge - custom part ★★★★

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    ★★★★ Digital Wideband AFR gauge - custom part ★★★★




    Now for sale - E30 wide-band stealth AFR(air-fuel-ratio) gauge.

    Worried that your AFR is off on your expensive motor swap? Sick of driving with a laptop in your passenger seat? Don't want a gauge that cops/thieves can see? Want something that looks totally OEM?


    Wideband AFR stealth gauge that mounts into an empty slot along your hazard/defrost switch. Extremely accurate, and with a very nice update rate. Plus separate daytime and nighttime brightness levels that are user settable - and triggered automatically when your headlight are turned on. It's kinda yummy.

    Display brightness goes from supper sunny readable, to night time easy on the eyes. You pick the brightness for both - just twist a knob.



    Inside the case.


    Instructions included. Everything you want to know and more - most of you won't need it - but I include them for the shade-tree guys.


    Some one that was beta testing the gauge asked me how accurate it is. Here is the data. Less then 1% error. So it's kinda spot on.



    Price is $195 shipped to anywhere in the US.


    I have 5 ready to ship.

    1.) O. LAUDAL - PAID - SHIPPED
    2.) R. COPPER - PAID - SHIPPED
    3.) Need4Speed1299 - PAID - SHIPPED
    4.) john r - PAID - SHIPPED
    5.) gibbsinc - PAID - SHIPPED

    Click below to order:


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    EDIT - I'm editing this in after the fact (6/26), but it's just a general disclaimer that you should expect when ordering a custom BUILT-TO-ORDER part.

    Note: Built time is about 4 weeks +/- 1 week. I've check with my suppliers, and everything seems to be in stock, so I don't foresee any reason why things would take any longer. But, things can come up and sometimes do, so before you pay, understand that the build time is only an estimate - this is a custom part, built to order - it's not brake pads that arrive the next day. So, please don't PM me every two days asking where your part is. Fair warning - just being upfront. Hope that doesn't scare you off.
    Last edited by george graves; 11-13-2016, 08:22 PM.
    Originally posted by Matt-B
    hey does anyone know anyone who gets upset and makes electronics?

    #2
    holy crap this is awesome! I wish I had the extra $$ for this!
    FS NY: two Audiobahn A235HC amps and audiobahn 1farad capacitor
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    1990 325iX for sale or part out
    Did you buy something from me? Please leave feedback!



    Originally posted by K20RI_211
    And I have to ask if you make a hobby out of thread-bombing with retarded questions?

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      #3
      Sent!

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        #4
        Dibs! Sending now!
        Daily life


        91 - 325i now
        99 - e36 M3 then
        89 - 325i then
        98 - e36 M3 then

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          #5
          Payment sent! thanks!

          Project M42 Turbo

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            #6
            Holy shit, this is OEM+. Is this compatible with an LC-2? I would love to get this to get rid of that bulky gauge.
            1989 325i - 2.7i, Holset H1C, 42lb injectors, 14.7 psi, whodwho MS-PNP.
            2009 X5 - DD Duty
            2018 VW Atlas - Wife/kiddie/grocery hauler

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              #7
              Big thumbs up for George and this awesome product, I installed one in my car recently and I love it. Thanks George!

              Also yes, it is LC-2 compatible.

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                #8
                Sign me up, definitely.


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                2011 335i xDrive Msport - sold
                2002 M5
                '88 325ix turbo build :D

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                  #9
                  Paid, been wanting one of your gauges for a while now.


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                  sigpic-Thanks warren

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                    #10
                    SOLD OUT(in 3 hours). Now talking orders for batch 2.
                    Last edited by george graves; 01-22-2016, 02:51 AM.
                    Originally posted by Matt-B
                    hey does anyone know anyone who gets upset and makes electronics?

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                      #11
                      What sensor does this use? Assuming its just the gauge no software sensors etc
                      Worlds 1st LS powered e30 cabby.
                      Cab
                      billac: 92 Lagunengrün cabriolet + cadillac LQ9 + Nitrous + rotiform SJC

                      Raphael: 88 Lagunengrün IX + Hella 500's + Red ACS type 1's

                      Shaggin Wagon
                      : 01 325xiT 5 speed


                      91 MR2 GT3076TS + E85 = 505whp + antilag = wheelies
                      88 CRX OEM+ 42mpg DD.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by bmk View Post
                        What sensor does this use? Assuming its just the gauge no software sensors etc

                        I have the same question.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by bmk View Post
                          What sensor does this use?
                          It works with any wideband controller/sensor. I recommend the Innovate LC-2. You can get the entire new snsor/controller combo for $151 - and that includes a brand new bosch sensor, controller, wiring harness, programming cable, bung - everything you need. You can pick them up used too, but it's nice to start out with a new sensor.
                          Last edited by george graves; 05-31-2016, 03:10 AM.
                          Originally posted by Matt-B
                          hey does anyone know anyone who gets upset and makes electronics?

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                            #14
                            Your parts are stellar, you are what every car community needs- Keep up the good work!
                            I have no need for this part, but that doesn't mean its not totally cool!
                            //contact me for your marketing & design needs//

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                              #15
                              How much it the part interested


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