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Old 10-25-2006, 05:08 PM   #1
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Default AEM Wideband-O2 vs. Innovate LC-1

I've looked throughout the forum for a while to see if my brand new AEM WB02 Guage Type Uego controller would not be the way to go because I would possibly like to MS my '99 later on. I got the gauge and WB for $250 shipped and i think that is a hell of a deal seeing how just the LC1 is near $200. But I want to make sure that my AEM will do everything that an LC-1 would do when it comes to MS'ing. Anyone running an AEM on their MS system? Thanks
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MS can be configured to read just about any input... just takes time to figure it out. The most common types are selected within the config file, just have a look in it and see if yours is listed.

Failing that, see what the output is from your WB; if it's linear, it's not too hard to make it work.
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it can do the same thing as the lc-2 expect add on modules and output 2 analog signals. it can only datalog and output 1 signal.
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