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    Question AEM UEGO? single or dual?

    so i just bought a new OEM Coil pack and now the last thing i need to buy to properly use my AEM EMSv2 is an AEM UEGO O2 sensor but am a little lost

    i have been reading about them and see that people seem to run only one o2 sensor, but then i see a few people that have dual channel AEM UEGO's and are running 2 o2 sensors.

    so what should i be running 2(since stock runs 2) or do i only really need 1 AEM UEGO o2 sensor?

    this is for a 92 VR4 Stock + AEM EMSv2, AEM MAP, AEM IAT,

    any help or links to info about the Pro's or Con's of 2 vs 1 would be greatly appreciated

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    It's up to you. Im running only one o2 at the moment. You can use two if you want. One for the front bank and another for the rear bank. If you run 2 you can tune them independently for more control.

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    Single is fine. Install it after both banks merge.

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    if you're really concerned, install both and monitor them. if they pretty much stay in sync, switch one to the downpipe and sell the other.
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