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    Source for $60 Bosch LSU Wideband sensors

    Given that burn hasnt been forthcoming on $60 LSU sensors, how about we crowd source it.

    Cheapest i can find LSU 4.2s is US$70 https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/...014/18730616-P
    or AU$120 https://www.efisolutions.com.au/bosc...u-4.2-wideband

    Anyone have a better source?
    Chris
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    LOL take me back to Jan 2018 and buy me a plane ticket to the USA and I'll sort you out

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    I buy mine from Ballenger Motorsports in the US, $69US but at least they're genuine I buy a ton of other stuff too so the shipping is worthwhile

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