Be very careful with this unit and understand what it can and can not do both
calibration wise and heater voltage issues.. Follow all the threads in the
DIY-EFI list and read them. The tech edge piece is a knock off of what was being
done there. Heck you might even find my name there is some heated debates..
Bottom line be careful how you bet your engine with this thing. The honda L1H1
sensor is better by a little bit. Problem is they are scarce and very pricey.
The Bosch unit is a quality piece for much less money. What you buy with the
Motec unit is vastly more involved engineering both calibration wise and design
wise. It is micro processor based as well. It is also programmable for different
fuels that range from alky to gas even diesel. Also has a programmable analog
out signal for data acq service.
The motec link to it is here..
Oh yeah I am a dealer for them.. LOL I would not touch that Tech Edge part with
a ten foot pole until some one proved to me they were right on a gas test
Bill Bennett wrote:
> Ok now I need to know more! Now there are some variations in wide band
> sensors. Which one does the average person need? If you look at Motec they
> offer 2 types a Bosch LSU4 and a NTK UEGO. Cost wise the later is 3 times
> the price, over $400. These things have a very limited life on leaded fuel!
> I found this Australian site that uses the same Bosch LSU4 sensor as the
> Motec unit for the someone that likes to roll their own. Do I really need
> the high dollar sensor versus commonly available one? What will be the
> http://www.techedge.com.au/vehicle/wbo2/default.htm Check out version 2.0
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