Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: New York (upstate)
I suggest getting a wideband as well...don't even waste your money on getting a narrowband A/F gauge. They're really not that hard to install...just need an O2 sensor tool and a ratchet, and some basic wiring to install it. But...in order to install the O2 sensor that comes with it you will need a downpipe with an extra O2 sensor bung welded into it. I suggest getting the ZZP stainless downpipe that bolts to the stock header with the extra O2 bung option, or get their header/downpipe combo with an extra O2 bung for the wideband.
I own the ZZP downpipe that bolts to the stock header and its very nice quality, I didn't get the header/downpipe combo because I plan on turboing in the future.