Case Studies : Installing a AEM UEGO into a Honda Fit


We’ll be installing a AEM wideband 02 sensor into our 2008 Honda Fit Sport in order to determine a baseline reading before bolting on our turbo kit.

YOO… AEY… GOOO!

The UEGO part number in question is 30-4100, this unit is an excellent low cost choice for those needing accurate A/F readings, and can provide an optional digital 0-5v output for datalogging or standalone ecus.

In order to get the best possible reading, we’ve got to find the best possible location for our wideband sensor. On this particular Fit, we go with the factory midpipe as the inlet is directly behind the header’s collector.

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