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    Default Possibilities of wideband datalogging

    Calum, thought I would bring this over here. I know it's pretty much covered on the other site, but if you wouldn't mind giving a brief synapse, I think it would be good to add over here.

    I guess the latest was that you were able to integrate the realime ECU's outputs into logworks, so that you could utilize the Innovate's wideband controller?
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    Actually its any consult connection can be piped pretty easily into Innovate's LogWorks. I need to update this.

    To answer your e-mail, no problem!

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    Nice! Once the car's finished, I need to coordinate with a shop for dyno time, and then we'll see what's the best for you

    I'm looking into an Innovate wideband, that's why I had asked, by the way. The UEGO works, but I want logging capabilities, and I'm not sure how to take the RS-232 serial output from AEM, and do anything with it, other than log it in notepad.
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    I'm planning on getting the AEM unit soon. Only for the gauge lol.

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    I think if you're only wanting it for the gauge, you really should just get the LM-1 or LC-1. They can both use a gauge setup, and Innovate has two really sexy gauges, and one OKAY gauge. The gauge I would plan on running would be the dial type digital gauge.
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    Default aem wide band

    a local tuner here has told me that the aem widebands are usually off by two or more points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalocsr20 View Post
    a local tuner here has told me that the aem widebands are usually off by two or more points.

    Apparently, I have heard the same story for almost every popular wideband.
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    never heard anything bad about innovate

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    I like my LM-1 it seems to be working fine for me..
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    I went with the LC1 with the guage best bang for the buck...

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    back from the dead

    looking into a WB for my Calum R/T so i can do some logging,

    from what i'm reading, i can use Innovate's SW to log their WB + Calum signal ?

    does AEM's wb+SW support the same?

    i'm stuck between AEM vs Innovate

    thanks

 

 

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