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Is this the right Innovative Lc-1 wide band that everyone recommends?

Posted by Norcalgsx707, Mar 7, 2013

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  1. gieri002

    gieri002 Proven Member

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    Mtx-l all the way. Has more outputs, can be programmed, and costs about the same as the lc-1. I'm not hating on the LC1, I just prefer the MTXL for its additional features, in particular the outside LED sweep (which I've grown accustomed to via the AEM). I'm willing to settle for slightly lower cycling rates to have the features that I want.

    Right, it's totally a matter of personal preference.
     
  2. Norcalgsx707

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    Need to find a welded downpipe I have never welded before
     

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  3. ZombieSix

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    You mean a o2 bung welded into the downpipe? any muffler shop should be able to do it for unde 30 bucks.
     

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  4. MY1GDSM

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  5. gieri002

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    Just buy a downpipe that already has the additional bung welded on.
     
  6. MY1GDSM

    MY1GDSM Proven Member

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    The OP has a 2g an ECMlink just put it in the Rear o2 and Click "lock rear o2 voltage"

    Just make sure you have ZERO leaks in your downpipe before the W/b sensor... .
     

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  7. Norcalgsx707

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    Awesome thanks for the responses everyone, im almost completly done with my big e 16g build can't wait to see how she runs when I'm finished
     

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  8. RamenPride

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    They sell clamp-on bungs.

    AEM_O2SensorMount_02_17578.jpg
     

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  9. horizontalkev

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    I want to change out my narrowband for the MTX-L wideband gauge, can I use the bung the narrowband is in and fit the wideband sensor in? How does that work exactly
     

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  11. horizontalkev

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    Does the ECU and wideband gauge use the same o2 sensor? Im new to installing gauges.
     

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  12. n0de

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    It can. If you have ECM Link you can replace your stock o2 sensor with the new wideband sensor, wire the mtx/lc-1 up to your ecu, then configure ecmlink to simulate narrowband based on the wb readings.
     

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  13. horizontalkev

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    I don't have ECMlink, idt atleast I don't have any way to contact the previous owner I've never even seen or talked to him.. Long story. Anyways If I don't take that route, then how would I use the stock o2 sensor location? Would I have to weld in another bung for the wideband? Im a noob

    Edit: Bung is a funny word. Reminds me of elephant poop
     
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