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Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2007 12:59 am 
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whats a good price for one?
ive been told $400 (is that ok?)

any brands to watch out for/avoid using?

im (going to be) running a Wolf 3D V4. i already have it but i havent installed the kit yet...or the wolf (bought it today)
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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 1:12 am 
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never mind. i found out that i need:

Bosch LSM11 wideband sensor = $357.50
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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 1:25 am 
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Although it is called a wideband, that sensor is not a true wideband sensor.

A true wideband sensor needs the sensor and controller. The cheapest setup I have seen is the innovate LC-1 which is $199 US for the sensor and controller. Techedge also do setups ranging from $190 for a kit you need to build yourself (not easy) to $600 for kits including ready made controllers, sensors, looms and gauges.

edit: that price you have on the LSM is also VERY expensive.

 

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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 4:54 am 
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I am running the LC1, you can get it from EMS in sydney, or any EMS installer
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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 6:06 am 
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Ive got a wide band sensor that was recommended for use with the EMS that I have no use for as I sold the EMS.

If ya want it its yours for $100. I paid $300 for it and havent used it.

The part number is: 0 258 104 002
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Is that an LC1, if so, i will take it, as i want to run 2 on the 8, but havent got around to getting another.
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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 8:00 am 
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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 6:40 pm 
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stockstandard wrote:
Although it is called a wideband, that sensor is not a true wideband sensor.

A true wideband sensor needs the sensor and controller. The cheapest setup I have seen is the innovate LC-1 which is $199 US for the sensor and controller. Techedge also do setups ranging from $190 for a kit you need to build yourself (not easy) to $600 for kits including ready made controllers, sensors, looms and gauges.

edit: that price you have on the LSM is also VERY expensive.


yeah, the computer program has the air:fuel ratio (running tune thru a laptop)... so along with the wideband sensor, would that eliminate the need for a hand controller?

yeah it is very expensive, i later found:
Price: $299.00 (aussie)
http://wolfems.cart.net.au/details/721244.html

and the wolf 3D V4 ecu software (not the computer program) only supports that Bosch LSM11 (according to the manual)
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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 6:41 pm 
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Buy mine its $100!! Brand new in box!!

Cheap cheap.
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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 6:46 pm 
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yeh ok...thanks. give us a week or so to for my pay to go into my bank account
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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 6:56 pm 
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Cool, shoot me a PM when your ready.
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Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 7:50 pm 
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Tocchi wrote:
stockstandard wrote:
Although it is called a wideband, that sensor is not a true wideband sensor.

A true wideband sensor needs the sensor and controller. The cheapest setup I have seen is the innovate LC-1 which is $199 US for the sensor and controller. Techedge also do setups ranging from $190 for a kit you need to build yourself (not easy) to $600 for kits including ready made controllers, sensors, looms and gauges.

edit: that price you have on the LSM is also VERY expensive.


yeah, the computer program has the air:fuel ratio (running tune thru a laptop)... so along with the wideband sensor, would that eliminate the need for a hand controller?

yeah it is very expensive, i later found:
Price: $299.00 (aussie)
http://wolfems.cart.net.au/details/721244.html

and the wolf 3D V4 ecu software (not the computer program) only supports that Bosch LSM11 (according to the manual)


They are $259 from techedge (although they dont have anything nice to say about them).

I think you might find that the LSM11 is the only O2 sensor that the wolf will drive, but it will probably accept the output of any stand alone windeband controller. I would be VERY suprised if it didn't.

 

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i got a innovative LM-1 with RPM converter is awsome!
cost me $580
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Posted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 9:55 am 
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Hey IMPRTETA where did you buy your LM1?
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