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Wideband on full M4/Dano flash?

Just wondering if anyone has installed a wideband AFR gauge on their full M4 exhaust and if so which brand? I run an Innovate MTX on one of my jet skis, but I play with the tune on that one.
I'm sending out my ECU this week - I know most people trust their canned tune but would like to monitor whats going on.
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Definitely better off monitoring AFR instead of running the engine blindly and pray your favorite lord! Definitely interested in knowing what people use, though I suspect most people choose the praying option. Sorry, I'm not of much help...
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Speaking of O2 sensors. I have one on my turbo project bike and its a newer wideband. I often get really out of line readings and discussed it with an experienced auto mechanic. He suggested that since I have run aviation gas through the system I have probably damage the sensor. Obviously swapping out the O2 sensor would help to understand it this the case but I am curious if anyone else out there can shed some light on the subject.
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Speaking of O2 sensors. I have one on my turbo project bike and its a newer wideband. I often get really out of line readings and discussed it with an experienced auto mechanic. He suggested that since I have run aviation gas through the system I have probably damage the sensor. Obviously swapping out the O2 sensor would help to understand it this the case but I am curious if anyone else out there can shed some light on the subject.
Pretty sure it's the lead content in the AV gas.
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Finally got the afr gauge mounted. A little worried during cold start, but once I got on the road the numbers improved. Saw averages of around 12.5-13.5 during acceleration. Around 15-16 during decel.
Trying to get the second video uploaded now.

https://youtu.be/BaqgLC0Y92Q <<<part 1 cold start

https://youtu.be/8BpGCbUy4gA <<<part 2 - on road

2016 naked|Dano flash|full M4|+3 rear

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