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Default Best wideband? What are you guys monitoring AFR with?

As the subject states. What are you using using? I see a bunch of Innovate LM1 kits for sell. What would you guys recommend?
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i have and will be using an aem uego controller and a vei wideband gauge...
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that wont do logging though will it? or are you relying on the fuel system's computer to do that?
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also read that only the LM1 and an NGK one allow the o2-widebands to recalibrate. that's pretty cool.. seems it'd save on money on widebands and allow for more accurate readings while they're in use? On Ford Muscle Mag's testing, the AEM one did very well for accuracy though: http://www.innovatemotorsports.com/r...B_Shootout.pdf

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i plan on getting the innovate LC-1 kit, even before reading that article you linked to about how awesome it is lol. im gonna try to wire it up to an autometer gauge though - from the same series that im getting my boost gauge and oil pressure gauge.
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Borrowing a link from our KA-T brothers:
www.ka-t.org :: View topic - Emanage Wideband O2-logging by crrazy

Looks like I can skimp and get away with it using my Greddy..
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The aem Uego is a really nice kit, very easy to install and easy to read, only downfall is its a bit more.

The LC1 is a really nice unit too, I have a friend that has this on his 626, and alot better on price.

If your like me, and try to spend as little as possible, there is a guy that makes a diy wideband, that sells for $45, then you can pick up the sensor on rockauto.com for another $50. It seems to work pretty good, I have not had any issues yet, the only down side is, that you have to make a box, dosent hurt to check it out. 14point7.com
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Also a great place to pick up the LC1 is from diyautotune.com
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cool man, thanks for the info. I'm a big fan of oddball DIY stuff - obviously we both are or we wouldnt be putting this effort into turbo'ing a car that we could replace entirely for $2000 with a 240SX build ;)
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holy shit, that's pretty cool actually. I might get one of these.. worst case I just buy the LC-1 or the XD-16 Innovate kit later on. I'm going to have a dyno shop do the tune and they wont let me use my own wideband, so this is almost entirely for modding their map & monitoring with a gauge.

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I like the innovate's ability to data log


I'm running a PLX m300. Served me well forever. Great troubleshooting aide as well.
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