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    Default F.A.S.T air/fuel meter (single sensor)

    Anyone have a hookup on this unit?


    Automotive Air/Fuel Meter (single sensor)
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    FAST™ has revolutionized the tuning industry with the first two-sensor, wide-band air/fuel meter. The FAST™ Air/Fuel Meter uses a sensor in both of your engine's exhaust outlets (not just one sensor like competitive air/fuel meters) to get the full story on the state of your engine's tune. With the FAST™ Air/Fuel Meter, you can read both exhaust sensors individually or average them together for super accurate readings of the engine's true air/fuel ratio. For those on a budget, a single sensor version is available that can later be upgraded to the two-sensor technology. Easy to use, the FAST™ Air/Fuel Meter includes a simple, built-in data-logger that doesn't require you to download to a laptop. It simply plays back your information on the unit's display screen in real-time. Advanced features include outputs for external data-loggers and digital gauges, as well as a narrow-band simulator function that allows you to feed your engine's computer a factory signal while using the wide-band sensor for air/fuel measurement. With double the sensors and double the performance, it's clear the FAST™ Air/Fuel Meter is the best choice for the serious engine tuner.

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    The best i've found has been $299 from rpmoutlet.com

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    what about the innovate LM-1+RPM ??? real close to buying one but some feedback first is always good .

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    This one works great! Best tool I ever bought!
    AFx Air/Fuel Ratio Monitor


    NGK Powerdex AFx Wideband Air-Fuel Ratio Monitor tool for engine calibration and tuning. Up to date accuracy provided by periodic sensor calibration performed by user. This AFR monitor comes with a digital display control module, 13' wiring harness, wideband air-fuel ratio sensor, fittings and a comprehensive tuning manual. 12 to 28 VDC power, 2 amps max. Dimensions: 2 5/8? W x 4? D x 1 ¼? H

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    I've had the Innovate unit for several years and am happy with it.

    Whatever unit you get I would suggest getting one that datalogs AFR and RPM. It's hard to watch the meter on WOT runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained View Post
    I've had the Innovate unit for several years and am happy with it.

    Whatever unit you get I would suggest getting one that datalogs AFR and RPM. It's hard to watch the meter on WOT runs.
    good to know. Thanks for all the info!

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