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 2. It is also possible to connect your wideband O2 sensor directly to the Chrysler ECU, in place of the stock O2 sensor, using a Turbonator cal that has been setup to take a WB input in place of the NB input. The cal internally converts the WB signal into a NB signal for fuel control feedback purposes and allows the user to log both the WB and NB values, if desired. In this case, the WB data is perfectly aligned with the rest of the engine operating data such as MAP and RPM. 2. It is also possible to connect your wideband O2 sensor directly to the Chrysler ECU, in place of the stock O2 sensor, using a Turbonator cal that has been setup to take a WB input in place of the NB input. The cal internally converts the WB signal into a NB signal for fuel control feedback purposes and allows the user to log both the WB and NB values, if desired. In this case, the WB data is perfectly aligned with the rest of the engine operating data such as MAP and RPM.
  
-More info here: [[wb2nb_setup|WB2NB Setup]] ​//(red link means the article isn't written yet)//+More info here: [[wb2nb_setup|WB2NB Setup]] ​
  
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