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Old 09-01-2010, 03:31 AM
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Wide Band A/F Tuner Controller

Anyone using these>> http://www.14point7.com/
Years ago the had one called JAW/JustAnotherWideband a cheap DIY/DoItYourself kit then NAW now SLC.>> http://www.14point7.com/About-us.php still have the DIY kits cheap.

There's a comparison of Inovate LM 1 but not LM 2.

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I am also wondering whether this would be a good solution for an AFR gauge to help tune my carburetor.

However, I'm not sure the kit is really that much cheaper. Most of the complete gauge kits (with sensor) from manufacturers are about $200-225. By the time you add up the parts you need for a minimal installation of th 14point7 kit it seems like you are in the $150 range or higher.

It does seem like this has more features and its easier to get access to the data (USB port?), but I'm not sure I would use those features.

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