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    Pretty nice/cheap kit, and alternative to the LM2 .
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    Wow thats a smoking deal ! Lots of features for the money, i think i paid as much for the basic no datalogging aem setup yrs back

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    Im gna have the guy im helpn do a tt ls deal in talleys old tx18 buy this hass, ill let ya know how it does. Thanx for the tip

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    Im gna have the guy im helpn do a tt ls deal in talleys old tx18 buy this hass, ill let ya know how it does. Thanx for the tip
    Sounds like it does everything the LM2 does, and then some, thats if you step up to the power-adder model($325). I like that it has a smaller controller. I hate the physical size of the LM2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    Sounds like it does everything the LM2 does, and then some, thats if you step up to the power-adder model($325). I like that it has a smaller controller. I hate the physical size of the LM2.
    This does seam like a good deal. I wonder how inexpensive you could get all the sensors to have it up and running. I love fresh ideas.

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    There's no mention of it having an integrated wideband O2 driver/controller. I think it would still require the purchase of an LC2 or the like for it to log AFR data. Still a great price for all that it does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Budweiser View Post
    There's no mention of it having an integrated wideband O2 driver/controller. I think it would still require the purchase of an LC2 or the like for it to log AFR data. Still a great price for all that it does.
    I believe that it comes with the Bosch 02 sensor and logs a/f.
    It does also come with 2.5 bar map sensor.
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    They claim this thing controls timing, if it can adjust timing from a/f ratio - and boost it would be kick butt.
    I am waiting for a call back from them now , I have a few questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    I believe that it comes with the Bosch 02 sensor and logs a/f.
    Yeah, I see it in the picture... If it is indeed a wideband controller too, that's one smoking deal! Only a couple hundred premium over a stand alone controller, with all the other functions? Sweet package.

    Look forward to your report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budweiser View Post
    Yeah, I see it in the picture... If it is indeed a wideband controller too, that's one smoking deal! Only a couple hundred premium over a stand alone controller, with all the other functions? Sweet package.

    Look forward to your report.
    Just got off the phone with them, yes its a wideband, comes with Bosch 02 sensor. But it does something else that no other system does except full on EFI.
    It will adjust the timing from a/f ratio reference. So if you are under full boost and the a/f ratio starts to climb into the 12's(or where ever you deem unsafe) , you can have it start taking timing out. It will controll a 2 wire dizzy or a CDI box-ect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    Just got off the phone with them, yes its a wideband, comes with Bosch 02 sensor. But it does something else that no other system does except full on EFI.
    It will adjust the timing from a/f ratio reference. So if you are under full boost and the a/f ratio starts to climb into the 12's(or where ever you deem unsafe) , you can have it start taking timing out. It will controll a 2 wire dizzy or a CDI box-ect.
    Bad ass. Any way to integrate those benefits into your magnito?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budweiser View Post
    Bad ass. Any way to integrate those benefits into your magnito?
    Not that I am aware of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    Not that I am aware of.
    Unfortunate, but... if whatever lights it off, it lights it off... are you considering switching over to the dark side for the mentioned benefits?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Budweiser View Post
    Unfortunate, but... if whatever lights it off, it lights it off... are you considering switching over to the dark side for the mentioned benefits?
    Nahh
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    Neat deal for sure. Logging boost,iat,afr,rpm is plenty for me to nail a tune. I want one lol

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