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i was just wonderin....for the ppl who have wideband...what wideband do u have? and which company makes the wideband kits?

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UEGO 1000 is my wideband of choice. Very popular among Turbo IS owners, and reasonably priced.
 

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just so everyone understands since it seems a little confusing unless you know.

The UEGO1000 is the EFI Systems Wideband which can be ordered from www.efisystems.com mentioned above. It's also sold by PFS and is sometimes refered as the PFS wideband.
 

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going4boost said:
I have the techedge from Australia seems to be the least expensive unit when coupled with a Palm

How much?

what does it come with?

where to order?


thanks


i still have a nice little palm....
 

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IS_Dude said:
just so everyone understands since it seems a little confusing unless you know.

The UEGO1000 is the EFI Systems Wideband which can be ordered from www.efisystems.com mentioned above. It's also sold by PFS and is sometimes refered as the PFS wideband.
The PFS does not sell the standard EFI wideband. If you had both widebands on the same car they would not give the same mixture readings. EFI does however build a wideband for PFS with a completely different calibrations :wink:
 

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ForcefedIS said:
EFI does however build a wideband for PFS with a completely different calibrations :wink:
Is this Ray? Hey man...what are the different calibrations for? How will it be different from the one I ordered (UEGO1000)?
 

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ForcefedIS said:
IS_Dude said:
just so everyone understands since it seems a little confusing unless you know.

The UEGO1000 is the EFI Systems Wideband which can be ordered from www.efisystems.com mentioned above. It's also sold by PFS and is sometimes refered as the PFS wideband.
The PFS does not sell the standard EFI wideband. If you had both widebands on the same car they would not give the same mixture readings. EFI does however build a wideband for PFS with a completely different calibrations :wink:
Not sure I completely understand. I know he prides himself on a very accurate and simple wideband that he was eventually going to link into the EMS. Why would one have different readings than the other? Different voltage output range for the tec3 or something along those lines? Any info would be cool.
 

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motorheaddown said:
http://www.plxdevices.com/M-Series_productinfo.htm

Great W/Bs, supports the NGK sensor, is endorsed by HPF, and is reasonably priced. I've used the M-200 (without compensation) for months, and it works great.

-scott
This will work fine on the IS?

All you do is replace the factory o2 sensor w/ this one? Thats what it seems.

The rear one, I take it?
 

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mattssi said:
motorheaddown said:
http://www.plxdevices.com/M-Series_productinfo.htm

Great W/Bs, supports the NGK sensor, is endorsed by HPF, and is reasonably priced. I've used the M-200 (without compensation) for months, and it works great.

-scott
This will work fine on the IS?

All you do is replace the factory o2 sensor w/ this one? Thats what it seems.

The rear one, I take it?
Well, I would imagine sensor 1, pre-cat, because although I did not read motorhead's link, I know that widebands should be installed before any cats to ensure proper operation.

-Chris
 
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