Originally posted by Strng1dah
Actually they are. I'd hold off on buying a wbo2 until the end of summer
Depends on the sensor. from what Nathan has hinted at it should probably use the cheapo lsu6 sensor, and not the expensice l1h1 that is used on most wbo2 sensors ont he market.
Techedge is also coming out with v2.0 of their sensor which will use the same cheap lsu6 sensor.
The TechEdge V2.0 meter can be ordered now (see http://wbo2.com
) and it uses the inexpensive Bosch LSU4
planar wideband sensor. There is actually a cheaper meter available ($350) now that can read/control either a Bosch LSU4 or an NTK L1H1 wideband sensor and its price includes a sensor.
BTW, I hope nobody reading this expects/hopes that their existing UTEC will be able to directly read/control a wideband A/F sensor with just a software change. That won't happen. It is conceivable, though, that a black box (essentially, a wideband meter) could be interposed between a wideband sensor and existing UTECs.