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Old 04-07-2014, 03:04 PM   #21
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just get what Full_tilt posted.
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I'd buy the AEM. Calibrating my MTX-L is a PITA but each to his own.
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I'd buy the AEM. Calibrating my MTX-L is a PITA but each to his own.
It's really not that hard, as someone who owns multiple widebands including both the AEM and a couple of different Innovates, I feel compelled to say how much I am truely annoyed more by the UEGO than any other.

I'd rather have a quick updating readout of my true AFR and have to do an occasional calibration any day over lazily not calibrating and dealing with a laggy AEM piece with fixed voltage scaling.
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It's really not that hard, as someone who owns multiple widebands including both the AEM and a couple of different Innovates, I feel compelled to say how much I am truely annoyed more by the UEGO than any other.

I'd rather have a quick updating readout of my true AFR and have to do an occasional calibration any day over lazily not calibrating and dealing with a laggy AEM piece with fixed voltage scaling.
I'm thinking of ordering the AEM Inline UEGO and going that route. I don't really need the gauge and If I need to "see" if the tune has changed I can just hookup my laptop to the MS or I use Shadowdash MS as well to see it.
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Can you return the AEM sensor? or sell it to somebody?

Since you do not currently have the AEM inline UEGO or gauge, I would advise you to go with an Innovate product. If youre going to spend the money you should get the best product, and that is the Innovate LC-2.
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The only thing I use my AEM for is quick reference to see if something has gone wrong. I personally would never seriously fine tune with it because my other widebands are much better at doing that.
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Buy this
LC-2 Wideband O2 Digital Air/fuel Ratio Controller

If you cant afford that then maybe you should leave your car stock.
Of course I can afford the AEM gauge it s not the debate but the 30-2310 is expensive for a gauge less solution

Now that I have bought the sensor I will stay on the AEM way

My aim is only a reliable 10psi car
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Old 04-27-2014, 05:20 AM   #28
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Here is the chosen solution





Once again thank you for all your advices
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