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This is a discussion on AEM Products within the Forced Induction forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Has any one used the products below? If so would you recommend them for me to use? AEM water/meth kit ...

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    Has any one used the products below? If so would you recommend them for me to use?

    AEM water/meth kit
    http://www.aemelectronics.com/water-...ne-engines-51/

    AEM Wideband Uego
    http://www.aemelectronics.com/wideba...fuel-gauge-25/

    AEM tru-boost gauge/controller
    http://www.aemelectronics.com/tru-bo...ller-gauge-757

    Thanks for your responses

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    The water/meth kit is pretty chintzy... I only recommend Alkycontrol.

    Their wideband is pretty much the bottom of the barrel for consumer-level units. It has no free air calibration, it does no signal averaging at all... it's output is extremely jumpy. For tuning, it's no good at all. If you are using it just to monitor it's ok, but you are still better off with something else. Since it has no free air cal, in order for it to be even close to accurate, the sensor needs pretty regular replacement.

    The boost controller works pretty well and is quite affordable. I wouldn't use it on a big HP setup but for under 800rwhp or so I am sure that it would work well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    The water/meth kit is pretty chintzy... I only recommend Alkycontrol.

    Their wideband is pretty much the bottom of the barrel for consumer-level units. It has no free air calibration, it does no signal averaging at all... it's output is extremely jumpy. For tuning, it's no good at all. If you are using it just to monitor it's ok, but you are still better off with something else. Since it has no free air cal, in order for it to be even close to accurate, the sensor needs pretty regular replacement.

    The boost controller works pretty well and is quite affordable. I wouldn't use it on a big HP setup but for under 800rwhp or so I am sure that it would work well.
    Good info. What wideband do you recommend?

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    I like the NGK AFX quite a bit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    I like the NGK AFX quite a bit...
    Were did you mount it in your car? Can you show a pic?
    thanks,

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    I tune with it. I don't mount it in any cars.

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