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    Question O2 Sensors

    Does anyone know if the 03 Marauder has Wide band O2 sensors. Also are there four, or just two.
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    I dunno about your

    first question since I wasn't even aware that there are more than one type of O2 sensor. But the Marauder does have four of them.two of them are refered to as the "secondary" O2 sensors. if you look in the Kook's header review that LOGAN has posted in the "Anouncements/News" forum, then you'll read about what he did w/the four of them when he went to the header and new exhaust system.

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    I just read about them in an article somwhere. The regular ones read between 12:1-15:1,16:1 Air fuel ratio. The wide bands do something like 9:1-20:1. Better for computer tuning.
    I support and respect U.S. Soldiers EVERY day, not just while at war.
    I believe in GOD and I cherish the freedom and security
    the above mentioned provide for my family and the United States of America.

    2003 Marauder 300A (Born 10/08/02)
    SCT Xcalibrator (Alternative Automotive)
    Flowmaster Super 40's
    AMSOIL 0W30 TSO
    AMSOIL By-Pass Filtration
    Real AutoMeter Gauges (Red lights)
    SilverStars

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