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Old 06-13-2008, 03:05 PM
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I'm wondering why more guys are not running the DIY wibeband from these guys: wbo2.com.


The kit sounds pretty straight forward... any disadvantages?

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cause an lc-1 is only $180 shipped.
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cause I got my aem used or $200.
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I'm using a second-hand wb02.com unit...think I paid ~$50, and it works like a champ.
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I looked at it initially, but after you buy the actual O2 sensor and make a box and all that stuff, it really doesn't save much money over an LC-1.
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There's one on ebay now that is broken, but may go cheap. Someone might want to grab it to play..
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