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Anyone have any information and what the wideband O2 sensor is for the Nemesis Autotune system? Nemesis grinds off the part numbers, as they are an Audi/VW part.

Looks like an 030-906 sensor... I can almost read the stamp through the grind marks, there's a "2" and a "K" haha!! It's an 8 pin connector. Googled it and looked through about 100 sensors and couldn't find a match.

Anyway, any help in getting fresh new sensors would be appreciated.

Dave
 

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Edit: I totally didn't verify my google search before posting, very much apologize for that. Here are the correct web links and part numbers for the Nemesis Lambda sensor.

Home » Shop » Wideband O2 » O2 Sensors » NGK / NTK Wideband O2 Sensor ( UEGO ) LZA03-E1 Sensor

Here are the Competition systems direct links:

N-5001 - UEGO Sensor & Controller
http://www.competitionsystems.co.uk/uploads/mediacentre/20100608041820-N-5001_UEGO_01.pdf

LZA08 Lambda Sensor

The part number is LZA03-E1-P which is UEGO standard.
 

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Ohh so you didn't see the link to the lambda sensor and the solution to the OP's problems, smack dab in the middle of my original unedited post?

Where is YOUR solution?
we all know how you go back and modify your posts....just sayin....

oh....:shrug:
 

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Tuned --

Your reply didn't answer the question, there's an equivalent automotive sensor and that's what I need.

I'm sure there's other ways to develop and use a different sensor... and the link you provided is a different sensor, different connector, not designed and wired for the Nemesis controller, so I think that's a tough way to go. Plus it's pretty expensive. It even references only using it with the type 2 Holley controller or the sensor will be damaged. I have a Nemesis sourced EFI Technology controller that works with the Nemesis ECU function designed for this... what makes you thik the Holley components are compatible?
 

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Whoops! I misread the damn letters, thought they said LHA-03… it's LZA-03! WHOOPS!

Home » Shop » Wideband O2 » O2 Sensors » NGK / NTK Wideband O2 Sensor ( UEGO ) LZA03-E1 Sensor

Here are the Competition systems direct links:

N-5001 - UEGO Sensor & Controller
http://www.competitionsystems.co.uk/uploads/mediacentre/20100608041820-N-5001_UEGO_01.pdf

LZA08 Lambda Sensor

The part number is LZA03-E1-P which is UEGO standard.

Sorry for the mixup! :(


:laughing::laughing::laughing:

glad to be of help, "tooned"...just sayin...:shrug:.....
 
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