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    What wideband

    So I have no tuners and I am looking into getting a wideband and don't know which one. I have been told by my buddy to get the ngk afx. Any suggestions?

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    I started with an Innovate LC-1, but it wigged out every time I opened my cutout and threw error codes. I now have an Autometer wideband that is working just fine. I understand that the NGK is a good unit, it just didn't match up with what I am running. I really liked that fact that the LC-1 could be calibrated to atmospheric oxygen - the Autometer has no such feature to check it by.
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    if you ask 3 different people you will probably get 3 different answers....it's a very subjective thing kinda like spark plugs or air filters. Just depends on what you've had good luck with. I personally run an innovate LC-1 and ran an innovate LM-1 portable before that and have had good luck with both.

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    I do have an LM-2 portable and that works just fine -- I have used it on multiple vehicles. Nothing you can really mount in your car though.

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    i regret selling my LM-1. It was a pretty decent unit and I liked that it was portable. When I put the LC1 in the car though I didn't really need it and still don't....it was just worth it to keep it in a cabinet though just in case.

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    Well thanks for the input guys I did end up getting the Ngk wideband and a trunion bearing kit from Maryland speed

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    Install pics, please, when you get around to it.

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