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Old 02-21-2008, 01:02 PM   #1
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A coworker of mine had a kick a$$ GTO and has decided to sell it, so he removed just about everything and is selling it. Gave me this for $200. Comes with probe, display gauge, cables, and software to log on to my laptop. Hard to pass this up.
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Nice. LC-1 will be what I get when I go wideband.
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How much is it normally? And does it take place of the front O2 sensor? All I heard was that it was for tuning purposes and it couldn't be used for everyday drives... (Am I wrong?)
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Between $399 and $499. I need to have a bung added to my exaust, so it wont replace the O2 sensor that'* already there.
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How much is it normally? And does it take place of the front O2 sensor? All I heard was that it was for tuning purposes and it couldn't be used for everyday drives... (Am I wrong?)
I have an LM-1 and it has programmable outputs that can be used to simulate the narrowband output and thus will allow the WB sensor replace the factory NB o2 sensor. But there wasn't any reason I wanted to do that, so added another bung for the WB sensor and just use the LM1 to tune and monitor a/f.
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So do you just download the data later, or do you have the laptop hooked up in the car while you're driving?
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I have basically the same set but the other gauge (and full software package). Lovin' it for the last year.
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So do you just download the data later, or do you have the laptop hooked up in the car while you're driving?
The gauge just gives the readout. To do logging you plug it in to a laptop. Atleast that'* how I understand it.
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So do you just download the data later, or do you have the laptop hooked up in the car while you're driving?
The gauge just gives the readout. To do logging you plug it in to a laptop. Atleast that'* how I understand it.
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