[s-cars] wideband O2 gauge kits?

Calvin Craig calvinlc at earthlink.net
Fri Feb 13 17:11:24 PST 2009

I picked up an AEM off of E-bay for about $200 awhile back for my Firebird
and it works great.


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[mailto:s-car-list-bounces at audifans.com]On Behalf Of Doug Landaeta
Sent: Friday, February 13, 2009 11:30 AM
To: John Cody Forbes
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Subject: Re: [s-cars] wideband O2 gauge kits?

Thanks Cody,
My quick search seemed to indicate that. With 2 bunts in the stromung,
I won't need the 0-1 output. I'll just leave the stock in place.
Yep, about 200 seems okay. One can certainly spend more.

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On Feb 13, 2009, at 1:16 PM, "John Cody Forbes" <cody at 5000tq.com> wrote:

> Douglas Landaeta wrote:
>> Any recommendations? Innovate, PLX, AEM? Looks like anything using
>> the Bosch LSU4.2 sensor would suffice.
>> What about just using a fluke meter directly on the sensor for
>> testing afr - a bit messy, but if the voltage can be mapped to afr,
>> why not?
> Unfortunately widebands dont work exactly like that. They require a
> controler to monitor and regulate it's heating element among other
> things. To go sorta this route you can pick up the $200 Innovate
> LM-1 which is the sensor with a cable that has a controller built in
> and it can output different ways depending on how you configure it.
> It can output the typical 0-5v wideband style signal and/or it can
> output a narrowband style 0-1v so it can be connected to a
> narrowband compatible gauge or stock ECU.
> -Cody Forbes
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