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  • Suggestions for wideband? AEM Series 2

    I recently purchased an AEM Series 2 second hand. It came with all of the sensors and boost control minus a wideband.

    Any suggestions on which I should use? Does it wire into the ECU?

    It looks like the previous owner had a Innovative LC1. Any help is appreciated.
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    Some series 2 had a UEGO controller built in. AEM has pretty decent instructions, I'd download them for the model and see what they say.
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    • #3
      The instructions have a 30-5130 in the diagram on how to hook up accessories.

      I did read that you can use the UEGO AFR inline kit and then the AEM serial gauge. With the serial gauge you can view 19 different outputs from the AEM Series 2 such as boost, AFR, EGT, H2O, IAT, knock, volts, RPM, vehicle speed. That sounds like it might be a cool way to go. Thoughts from the experts?
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      TSSCC SM # 688 http://www.tsscc.org

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      • #4
        Well, serial gauge + inband UEGO = $406, AEM UEGO controller/gauge is $160. Looks like that is what I'm doing based on how much I've spent this season.
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