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What wideband is good for me. LM-1, LM-2

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    What wideband is good for me. LM-1, LM-2

    I am just starting to get into tuning. I have a mild bolt on 99 Z28 and my buddy has a mild bolt on 2000 Silvarado 5.3 Z71. That we play around with. I have HP Tuner Pro and am looking at buying a wideband. Which one would be right for the Innovate LM-1 Or LM-2.

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    The LC-1 sounds like thats all I realy need. It looks like I could take it from one vehicle to another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Blown Vert View Post
    Not familiar with the LM products. But I use HPTuners with the LC-1
    Lc1 here also. Have you had any sensor issues Ed?
    Quote Originally Posted by Sweet Chops View Post
    The LC-1 sounds like thats all I realy need. It looks like I could take it from one vehicle to another.
    I beleive your thinking of the LM1. The LC1 is more geared towards living it in the car/exhuast.

    I have heard/read people having issues with thier LC1 sensors burning up.

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    Not like HP Tuner is messing with my head enough. Now I'm tring to find the right WB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hi-Po View Post
    Lc1 here also. Have you had any sensor issues Ed?


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    the LM-1 is portable.....the LC-1 is hardwired. I have both and haven't had any issues to date with either. The LC-1 I've only had in over the summer...the LM-1 I've had for a couple of years. If you're not going to be using the WB on multiple cars get the LC-1 otherwise get an LM-1. Innovate has their haters and there may be better widebands out there that are affordable.... I just have no first hand experience with any other than Innovate's stuff.

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    Orion is right on the money. I have used the LM-1 from Innovative for years and it has worked perfectly. I went with LM-1 for multi vehicle use.

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    Thank you guys very much. Today My buddy and I are going to tackle our very first VE tune on his truck. I will talk with him then about the LM-1.
    I hope everything goes smooth.

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    I've got the LC-1 and it works great. You can't go wrong with either one.

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