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What would be your best bang for your buck? I need to get a wideband after ordering my tuner and aftermarket parts I have purchased in the past. I just want to be able to make sure that the mixture is where its suppose to be. Any suggestions?

FYI Im new to the site obviously! I came from focaljet. Have been apart of the Focus scene for about 2 years. I post pics of my SVT later[headbang]
 

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FJ blows goats, often.

My vote is PLX ... and I'm biased because that's what I have and the only one I have personally used in my Focus.
 

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I liked my FJO wide band but the AEM does a good job for alot less money.
 

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I have an aem. It works fine.
 

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I got my AEM brand new on Ebay for like $170. Haven't installed it yet, but I'm pretty sure it's the most popular wideband A/F solution. I've heard that PLX is better, but you pay for the quality.
 

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I"m using an AEM as well , keep an eye on CFM.com sometimes you can catch it on sale .
 

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Okay thanks guys. How much do they usually take off the original price on CFM? see if its worth waiting for.
 

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not sure. they just had a thing were if you talked to them your got 10% off your order.

i have the AEM and it works fine. only issue i have i i need to tweek the equation to (V*1.65)+10 for it to log the right afr
 
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