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Old 05-26-2009, 11:37 PM
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Innovate LC1 Wideband w DB Gauge Kit LC-1 Red o2

Innovate DB Blue LED Wideband Gauge Kit, LC-1 52mm NEW!
AEM GAUGE TYPE 6-IN-1 WIDEBAND UEGO CONTROLLER 30-4100

AUTOMETER ES WIDEBAND AIR FUEL RATIO GAUGE KIT 5978

I'm buying the Sniper tomorrow,
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Old 05-26-2009, 11:50 PM
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I know its not on your list but I cant say enough about my LM1 G2 combo. It functions well and looks ****. BTW glad you decided to nut up and learn how to do it yourself.

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Originally Posted by H0SS302 View Post
I know its not on your list but I cant say enough about my LM1 G2 combo. It functions well and looks ****. BTW glad you decided to nut up and learn how to do it yourself.
That is a nice one.

Will all of these WB have the same features and reliability? I like the blue Innovate but is there a certain feature I'm looking for? You can't Datalogg A/F with Sniper.
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i LOVE my AEM wideband
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i LOVE my AEM wideband
Do you datalog off your AEM?
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I just went with the Innovate LC1 w/ Blue DB Gauge. It comes with the Dataworks logging software. Is there any accessories that anyone things I should get to help out the tuning process?
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I think youre good with everything. The datalogging from dataworks that you just got obviously takes care of AFRs. Recon from delta force is good and easy to use IMO for everything else important like timing, IATs, fuel pressure, etc.
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Innovate's FTW, we sell a lot of them
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Originally Posted by H0SS302 View Post
I know its not on your list but I cant say enough about my LM1 G2 combo. It functions well and looks ****. BTW glad you decided to nut up and learn how to do it yourself.

how do you wire up the AFR gauge when it's on the steering column???
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