FAST’s New High Resolution Wide-Band O2 Module

FAST introduces the High Resolution Wide-Band O2 Module for data logging devices, engine tuners and dynamometers. By using high resolution data, accuracy is increased allowing a better understanding of the present conditions in your engine resulting in improved engine tuning.

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FAST High Resolution Wide-Band O2 Module Memphis, TN – New High Resolution Wide-Band O2 Module from FAST offers extremely accurate air/fuel readings and much more precise data graphs.

FAST engineers designed the new High Resolution Wide-Band O2 Module utilizing the same race-proven technology used in the self-tuning EZ-EFI Electronic Fuel Injection System to provide extremely accurate, fast and high resolution readings for data logging devices, engine tuners and dynamometers. This revolutionary new O2 module provides a high resolution output by utilizing a linearized analog output voltage that represents air fuel/ratio. This ensures very accurate air/fuel readings as well as better data graphs. The high resolution data also ensures more precise engine tuning and more accurate troubleshooting. The high resolution data is output in a 0-4.096 volt signal, which can be used with any data logging device with 0-5 volt input. Compatible with most common fuels such as methanol, gasoline, diesel and E85, the module is a cost effective solution for gaining extremely accurate, high resolution data in order to more accurately tune an engine and watch for problems.

  • High resolution output ensures very accurate air/fuel readings for much more precise tuning
  • Utilizes the same race-proven technology used in the self-tuning EZ-EFI to provide extremely accurate, fast & high resolution data logging
  • Data is output in a 0-4.096 volt signal, which can be used with any data logging device with 0-5 volt input
  • Works with nearly any data logging device & most common fuels such as methanol, gasoline, diesel & E85

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