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Old 04-15-2009, 11:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Anyone use the JAW_OEM wideband contoller?

just stumbled onto this WB coontroller New Page 1

seems excellent on paper - uses easy to find bosch sensor, has narrowband simulator, etc. all for less than $60, and you can get the sensor for 50. i figure i wont need a gauge since i will datalog through the ecu.

anyways, what do you guys think about it? any reviews or experiences?
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i would also like to know! and it looks like you dont need a gauge, the unit is the gauge.
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I been looking into it, but haven't seen many people using it. But i have had a rough time find the sensor for 50, there was a place or 2 that had them at that price but for the most part they were considerably more.
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you dont need a gauge, but i think if you were to look at those blinking leds for more than a minute you might get a seizure, lol

for the sensors, check out their forums man. they have a sticky that lists sensor vendors, amazon is one that has it for 50, and this place does as well OxygenSensor.net Home Page
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