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Old 06-08-2016, 10:36 PM   #1
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Does anyone have experience with this unit? I am considering purchasing it over the standard but want to be sure that it will work with MS3.

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Also, I would be buying it from Amazon where it is $183 for the kit, Summit just has more info.
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What does it do that the normal one does not do? I honestly don't know. It should work fine with a MS3.
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What does it do that the normal one does not do? I honestly don't know. It should work fine with a MS3.
I am not sure, AEM claims faster response time but other than that I cannot find much. I was just worried that it may not interface with MS like the original does.
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It uses the same Bosch LSU 4.9 sensor as all the othe same priced widebands. It is not any more accurate or faster then any others.
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It uses the same Bosch LSU 4.9 sensor as all the othe same priced widebands. It is not any more accurate or faster then any others.
Got it. Thank you!
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I have one it's pretty good simple wiring and you can free air calibrate unlike the first gen aem wideband
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