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i got a ukdm ctr k20a2 engine. unfortunately, the engine is narrow band, now can i get the sensors off the dc5r k20a and plug it in, or is there more involved than that. if so, can someone point me in the right direction. thanks
 

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import_trung said:
i got a ukdm ctr k20a2 engine. unfortunately, the engine is narrow band, now can i get the sensors off the dc5r k20a and plug it in, or is there more involved than that. if so, can someone point me in the right direction. thanks
If your ECU wants to see the wide band then yes. Are you looking to use a K-pro or something?

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yes i am planning on getting the k pro. does it matter which ecu i have at the mo, ie pra, prb, prc. when i upgrade to the k pro. i've got a pra at the mo. would there be any performance increase because the ecu can see wideband with and without the k pro?
 

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another reason why i want to do this is because the engine i bought for the swap didnt come witht the cat section of the header, so im missing all the sensors. but i can get my hands on the dc5 (wideband) sensors. would like to know what i would need to make these sensors work on a narrow band ecu
 

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Things to note here are:

1) US and JDM ECU's use the semi wide band Primary O2
2) Non US/JDM engines do not have the wires in the engine loom to support these Semi-wide O2's

so, if you put a US/JDM ECU on an EU spec engine, it will not work with the O2 even if you have the right sensor.
 
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