Well, i burned up my wideband's sensor today and was figuring while I'm ordering a new one, i would go ahead and get my car a dedicated wideband instead of having the large unit taking up the entire glove box.
I was wanting the AEM since it's cheap and fairly reliable in readings. But it only goes to 11:1 AFR but says it will read to 10:1 in lambda. I thought lambda was a reading of 1.0volts and fluctuations above and below represented rich or lean and to what extent.
In this AEM setup what would be the difference in 11:1 AFR and 11:1 lambda since it says it will display both of those with that value being in range of each type of reading.
My current unit doesn't read lambda (or display it anyway) So if there's an advantage to it that's great and i may start using that value if it's more accurate, but i need to understand it the way AEM says it will read out
Also, who would have the best price and fastest shipping to Nebraska on the AEM unit?
The place i ordered it from said said there was no difference, but i find that hard to believe. But they also told me that the unit will read 10:1 in AFR on the digital read-out (which i confirmed through a friend that runs that gauge) and not on the LED's so that works for me, so i will be giving some feedback on that when i get it as in comparson to the one that i have which is just a labratory grade UEGO controller with digital readout. BUlky as hell but very accurate.
EDIT: # 2 - I forgot to add, this palce has free OVERNIGHT shipping on their AEM widebands for 2-3 more days they said. So if you're looking to buy one, they are about teh same price as most other import shops, but free overnight is hard to argue with.. this is their ebay store, i just called them and ordered one after asking a few questions
eBay Motors: AEM Uego Wideband o2 Controller 30-4100 w/ Bosch Sensor (item 140221451575 end time Apr-10-08 07:25:29 PDT)