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quick question i watched a youtube vid of a car with the same aem wideband that i have but his seemed to have instant response and mine is slow. what would cause this its done it from the time i got it tuned we used a seperate wideband and my wideband to tune with. could it be just dirty from driving out to the tuner on a base tune? im sorry if this has been asked before i was just thinkin about it,
 

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What do you mean slow? Like it takes a while to warm up? Where is the wideband located? It'll read slower the further down stream it is. Not that slow, but a little
 

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yes you hit the gas and its not instant by any means, my sensor is connected to the x pipe i believe id have to double check,its rite under the trans
 

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Can you get a video of it? I'm confused on what's considered slow? It'll just read what the sensor reads at that moment
 

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no its under construction again, its basically displaying the information a second late
 

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Placement of the sensor has a direct effect on response time. In the xpipe would certainly slow it down a bit. I had a bung welded just after my factory header right near the factory o2 sensor on the drivers side.


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Placement of the sensor has a direct effect on response time. In the xpipe would certainly slow it down a bit. I had a bung welded just after my factory header right near the factory o2 sensor on the drivers side.


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ok ill have to double check where it is not really a big deal just curious as to why it was and if it needed to be cleaned
 
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