Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

AEM WIDEBAND GAUGE UEGO CONTROLLER 30-4110 A/F

1990-2005

Miata 1990-2005 · Engine · Diagnostic and ECU


Part Number: 61-0493a

Application: 1990-2005

Price: $219.00

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AEM WIDEBAND GAUGE UEGO CONTROLLER 30-4110 A/F
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A wideband UEGO sensor controller accurately monitors Air/Fuel ratios (AFR) during the tuning process to prevent a lean fuel mixture, which could lead to engine damage.

AEM has combined its single-channel wideband UEGO controller and gauge display into one unit, uniting unsurpassed AFR accuracy and control with an easy-to-read interface.

AEM's Gauge-Type Wideband UEGO Controller features a digital LED display and sweeping LED needle that changes colors as AFR changes from rich to lean. The unit s 52mm (2-1/16 ) gauge housing fits in most gauge pods and can be remotely mounted virtually anywhere.

* Ideal AFR monitoring tool for EFI and carbureted applications and engine dynamometers
* Does not oscillate AFR reading like narrow band sensors
* No laptop required for monitoring!
* Bosch sensor included
* Accurate to 0.1 AFR
* Reads in AFR or Lambda via a switch in back of gauge housing
* 24 Color-coded LED display lights provide immediate reference to engine's air/fuel ration (AFR) or Lambda ration
* Integrated three-digit display reveals AFR or Lambda in real time
* User-programmable 0-5V analog output included for use with data loggers and virtually any engine management system
* Serial data stream included for output of AFR (RS 232)

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REVIEWS

Good morning Brian, I finally got a chance to put the exhaust on, great advice, it's just loud enough, solid product. I'm running without the baffles, sounds great in power band. Take care, you have all my future upgrade business.........regards.

-- John S.

After reading many other positive reviews on both the GWR and Miata forums I finally decided to buy this product. My main concern for many months was whether or not I was up to the task of installing the header. But with the excellent instructions on Brian's forum as well as several Miata forum threads it turned out easier than I expected. After receiving notice that the header would arrive on a Friday afternoon, I began the disassembly process. After about 3 hours I had the stock manifold out. Later that afternoon the new catted header arrived right on schedule. And it is a thing of beauty. I opted for the stainless version. Installation on Saturday morning took another 3 hours, although I could have shaved some time off of that but I was actually enjoying the process of double checking torque values and cleaning up my engine compartment. I already have the GWR catted midpipe, so that connection was a snap. I put everything back together, reconnected my battery, and went for a drive. NO CODES! Nice throaty sound with my RSII muffler, and a significant boost in power and low/mid torque. Another happy camper here. I since have added a M-E tune and I feel I have realized all of the gains that Brian has achieved on his 2012 project Miata. I've put several hundred miles on my Miata since the install with zero problems. This is the car that Mazda should have built all along. Thanks Brian.

-- Ron P.