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Old 06-08-2010, 01:47 PM   #1
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Questions about a wideband

I am looking at a wideband o2, and I am going to be using an Xcal3 when the tuning is available for my 2010, so I wanna make sure it is compatable.

I was looking at this one from Inovate Motorsport. Any feedback on this?
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/INN-3795/


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Old 06-08-2010, 02:22 PM   #2
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supposedly u can connect an aem to it

http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/showthread.php?t=224269
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Tom recommends the AEM wideband.
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I am looking at a wideband o2, and I am going to be using an Xcal3 when the tuning is available for my 2010, so I wanna make sure it is compatable.

I was looking at this one from Inovate Motorsport. Any feedback on this?
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/INN-3795/
I don't believe that is the whole kit. You still have to buy the harness I believe. Or something like that.

I have the LC-1.... Kinda complicated for no reason. Its one of the best though...

I would go with the AEM one if I had to do it again.
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which is better the AEM or Autometer?
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I don't believe that is the whole kit. You still have to buy the harness I believe. Or something like that.

I have the LC-1.... Kinda complicated for no reason. Its one of the best though...

I would go with the AEM one if I had to do it again.
It says it comes complete with everything needed.

I was looking at this one, mainly for the blue display. All the stuff in my car is already a blue display, and my ambient lighting is always set to blue.
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Thats the same one I have and it does come with everything you need. The LC-1 kit connects the oxygen sensor to the gauge and has 2 analog outputs to connect to a tuning device for logging.

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Thanks for the info Tom.
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Wow, nice looking gauge. That will look awesome with the ambient lighting, pics please once installed!!!
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which is better the AEM or Autometer?
since we are both looking for widebands sean lol i have seen really good reviews of aem, they are easy and quick to install, so i am going with that one.
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