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Old 8th September 2006, 11:46   #1
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I am getting LAMDA sensor and timer advancer from delhi auto spares for some 9000 bucks.. is the price ok to go with.. ??

he needs to check if the software is ready for E-III version though..

will it void ne warranty ? i guess it will

help needed
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Please provide some background on what you are planning to do with these parts.
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Mpower, i think these parts are for an LPG conversion kit.
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yep these are some performance boosters for CNG based engine.. they will update the ECU software with new settings for burning CNG and LAMDA sesors will provide the exact oxygen ratio in the mixute...

this all will i remove any lag in pickup that was caused by burning CNG fuel with petrol ECU.. cost 9000 and E-III version is not ready as of now.. will take some time i guess.. so i have to wait till it is done...
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There is already a lamda sensor (o2) is every MPFI car
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Gas needs to a different composition for emmission, Lamda sensor ensures that the emission is emulated in the O2 sensor of the car and not give any error to ECU which will cause a total shutdown.
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