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Old 27 July 2018, 12:35 AM
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Default JDM Lambda 22641AA191

Looking for the above Lambda, fairly expensive off Subaru, no direct fit listed by Denso... anyone know of alternative sources or which universal Denso is the same??
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Old 27 July 2018, 08:05 AM
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Most of them are and anything else doesn't usually perform correctly

https://www.importcarparts.co.uk/parts-info?id=6756&cat=0&sub=0&sec=0&var=0&dc=0&gen=&sea rchKey=&searchPart=

https://www.amayama.com/en/part/subaru/22641aa191
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Surely if I got a 4 wire Denso universal sensor and put my plug onto it, itís the same thing???? Seen as tho oem one is a Denso
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It's the A/F sensor (Air/fuel ratio) so more wide band than a straight O2 sensor.
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Any good?

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Free postage!
I went all the way through to Oder and it stayed at free postage even when I selected uk.ciukd be worth asking them
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I’ve heard no real success stories about using the spurious sensors, want to stick to oem or a Denso
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Originally Posted by kenc View Post
Iíve heard no real success stories about using the spurious sensors, want to stick to oem or a Denso
would the effects be instant ?

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I priced this up new from main dealer today, £319.80 + vat and 3 weeks delivery as no stock in the uk.
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I canít seem to find it but maybe this helps?

www.denso-am.co.uk/e-catalogue
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https://www.amayama.com/en/part/suba...urrency=826&q= Of course you need to add shipping and VAT etc but should be cheaper than the dealer anyway.
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Originally Posted by Turbovin View Post
https://www.amayama.com/en/part/suba...urrency=826&q= Of course you need to add shipping and VAT etc but should be cheaper than the dealer anyway.
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I seem to have a bad habit of only reading the first and perhaps last post thoroughly

But Amayama would be my choice or maybe Partsouq.com but I don't know how good they are with JDM specific parts.
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I have used ayamaya.com twice ken never got caught for vat or anything like that .
Very quick delivery 7-10 days with an post
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