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    wide band for 185 turbo setup

    hi, where is the cheapest place to buy a wide band AFR sensor and gauge? i am converting a 185sc to gt28 turbo on a budget.


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    inovate mtx or inovate lc1,,

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    wideband alternative

    is it better to get the DB gauge kit with LC-1 Wideband Controller, DB Gauge, Bosch 5-wire Wideband 02 Sensor, Bung, Software CD, and quick start guide for $209
    or the MTX-L kit for $199

    the mtxl looks like the sensor and gauge which will do the job or the DB gauge kit looks like you get a controller, which can be hooked up to a PC but also with a gauge to do the simple job once you've done the main adjustments with the PC.

    someonesaid there was a link on here to get them for £100 (about $150), can you buy them for that? I also saw an AEM gauge and sensor for £130, any good?

    this is mainly to get the turbo setup right and then leave it alone, so dont want to spend a lot of money, maybe an idea to rent one for initial setup and then setup a permanent narrowband sensor and guage (very cheap) to be able to monitor any faults in use (without further adjustment).

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    This is what I installed for $259, with BLUE Gauge for sunlight, all in one package, waterproofed gauge and works great!

    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=150

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    Quote Originally Posted by abie_lah View Post
    inovate mtx or inovate lc1,,
    Mtx works well for me not as waterproof as i would have hoped, condensation sometimes appears under the face

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    which is cheapest way

    hi, which innovate version is the cheapest to do the job please?

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    Innovate Mtx has worked great for me.

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    AEM easy to use and work well ???

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    I have just received this yesterday and am going to give it a try. I have one of there small boost gauges and am very happy with it so I thought I would give this a try on my latest project. I have gone for this as you can mount them very easily and they are fully waterproof.

    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=150

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    Quote Originally Posted by x2.6rotarymonster View Post
    hi, which innovate version is the cheapest to do the job please?
    The LC-1 with rectangle gauge is going to be the cheapest that innovative carries.
    Your not going to find a cheaper setup that is reliable and durable IMO.

    You might check eBay, sometimes there in there a bit cheaper.

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