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I am new to boosted engines and want to start close on tuning.
Should I install a lc-1 wideband or just check plugs accordingly.
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I have always used the wide band to get it close, then read plugs from there. Just remember sensors don't last that long & race gas kills them even quicker. Be mindful of that & you will be ok.
 

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The sensors are all the same...the electronics vary by company but the sensors themselves are either Bosch LSU-4's or NGK units. So if the sensor fries...it's not the electronic box's fault.

Innovate's stuff is all 'Direct Digital' and is MUCH faster (like, you theoretically can read individual cylinder's firing, if you can track it...seriously, up to like 4 or 5K rpm) and more precise than anybody elses. Nobody else can do it...it's patented. ;)
 

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Lc1 and I'm running a wifi controller. With my IPhone in hand I can tune while under the hood and log down the track.
That's some pimpin' shit right there!
 
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