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Old 03-16-2006, 02:11 PM   #1
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Will the accessport read from a bosch wideband o2 sensor if I didn't want to go the LM1 route?
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Old 03-16-2006, 10:20 PM   #2
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LM1 uses the Bosch Wideband. LM1 is the complete setup with the controller thing, you cant just hook up the wideband to a computer, you need something in between like an adaptor. Plus, the only thing the accessport reads is live boost.
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i'm running the PLX Devices R-500,and i love it.Cobb has the plug-ins for the R-500 on the website(check the forums)
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i'm running the PLX Devices R-500,and i love it.Cobb has the plug-ins for the R-500 on the website(check the forums)
The plug-in is for StreetTUNER upgraded AccessPORTs.
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Old 03-17-2006, 12:02 PM   #5
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By accessport I meant street tuner sorry for any confusion. How much did the wideband run you?
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You can get an LC-1 (lm-1 without the ugly box or internal datalogging) for $199.

http://www.innovatemotorsports.com/products/lc1.php
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Old 03-19-2006, 01:22 PM   #7
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That sounds reasonable. I may go that route to start. Do you know if you can get the box seperate if I need it down the line for another car?
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Yes. Innovate sells all their parts individually if needed.
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You will need some kind of wideband controller.

The Zeitronix ZT-2 is pretty slick. You can hook it into StreetTuner and log AFR, EGT, plus a few other 5v sources...
$279 retail i think, but you can usually save money by googling for a zt-2 group buy.

There may be a forum running one.

P.S. I have never used the others, I just happen to own the ZT-2.
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the PLX r-500 ran me about 650,but i did also get the G-sensor & EGT probe along with the w/b.i got this praticular w/b because of the features,the r-500 isn't just a w/b.its a air/fuel computer.
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