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    ? about wide band and tuners

    Ok, I have pretty much narrowed it down to going with EFIlive or HP Tuners. As far as using a wide band, which of these is best suited for it? Which one allows it to be interfaced with the software and is easier to read and no need for excel to tune with info that it logs from the sensor. I have used tuner cat for an lt1 for quite some time, but I don't think it is as good as the one ones listed above for use on the ls1. Also the wide band I am using is not the traditional ones that most people use. It is an NTK sensor (which I have read is better than the traditional bosch WB) the module has an output of 0-5v, which ones these interfaces are compatible with that?

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    I have efilive and I use the LM1 from Innovate-they actually already have it set up in ther PID selections--

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    Sorry I was being lazy and didn't research enough. I found that both accept the 0-5v input. So I think I am going to go with HP Tuners. Any opinions on it vs EFIlive?

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    I use HP Tuners personally, but here is a side by side feature set comparison of EFILive and HPTuners. It may help you decide on which to go.

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    Thanks for the comparision. Looks like I will go with HP Tuners

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