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Thread: Upgrading to wideband O2 sensor

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    Default Upgrading to wideband O2 sensor

    I bought a Commander 950 system in 2002. It has I believe a narrowband O2 sensor. I'm being told that the wideband O2 sensor is better. How difficult is it to upgrade to the wideband O2 sensor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 928offroad View Post
    How difficult is it to upgrade to the wideband O2 sensor?
    It's very easy with Holley's own wideband O2 sensor kit for the C950:
    http://www.holley.com/534-197.asp (Wideband O2 Sensor Upgrade)

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