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This is the newest wide-band from AEM. The controller for the wide-band is actually built right into the guage itself. Everything is plug and play. This unit is awesome.

AEM's wide-band UEGO includes all of the features found in their standard wideband unit. This includes a 0-5V output signal for feedback control to your ECU. AEM's gauge-type wideband UEGO controller features an LED readout and sweeping LED "needle" that changes colors as AFR changes from lean to rich. This standard size gauge fits in most gauge pods and can be remotely mounted virtually anywhere.

- 24 color-coded LED display lights from 11:1 to 18:1 AFR.
- Integrated, three digit digital display reveals exact AFR in real time
- User programmable 0-5V analog output included for use with any management system - Lambda or Air Fuel display


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Well that's the one I am now interested in using (currently have Techedge 1.5 but not installed yet). Talking to Sean (Torquefreaks) a few months back he mentioned that they had some issues with some of the AEM UEGO (the first ones without the display) but I've heard that they seemed to have fixed whatever problems there were. So with that being said I am a little concerned about the all-in-one units being reliable when they first come out. I am getting to the point though that I will need to install something soon to try and wrap up my NA-T project.

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We of course think they're awesome. We haven't used one yet since they haven't been released. I saw them at Sema in November and immediately put an order in for 30 of them. 20 of those have already been sold and will be testing one as soon as they arrive to verify it's accuracy.

The reason I personally like them is because I much prefer a gauge display in for my pillar pod than a flat display mounted somewhere on the dash. When I race down the track, I only have 2 chances to look at my FJO (once at the top of 3rd) and (once at the top of 4th). If the gauge was in front of my on my pillar, I could easily see if I was running lean without having to completely take my eyes off the road.

I also like the fact that it has led's around the outer edge in differing colors making it even easier to see, and it still has the digital reading in the center. This will allow you to ensure your AEM EMS is reading properly as well.

There is no controller to mount anywhere as well since it's built into the gauge itself.

For the price and these qualities I think it's the best bang for the buck and we sell them with all of our EMS kits.

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Yeah I actually ended up ordering one from HPF during the Torquefreaks open house. I think I probably made a good choice.


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what size are they ?
 

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I'm running stock ECU, so I'm leaning toward the FJO, since it allows me to order it with data logging. Both come with the gauge, but its important for me to be able to log the A/F, and without an AEM ECU, the FJO is my only option, right??
 

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I'm running stock ECU, so I'm leaning toward the FJO, since it allows me to order it with data logging. Both come with the gauge, but its important for me to be able to log the A/F, and without an AEM ECU, the FJO is my only option, right??
No, not your only option. I have the LM-1 linked below, awesome product, great vendor support and a good price.

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will this work on the stock ecu?and if not what are my options for a simple add on wideband 02?that will also fit the clockarea.
 

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will this work on the stock ecu?and if not what are my options for a simple add on wideband 02?that will also fit the clockarea.
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This is the newest wide-band from AEM. The controller for the wide-band is actually built right into the guage itself. Everything is plug and play. This unit is awesome.

AEM's wide-band UEGO includes all of the features found in their standard wideband unit. This includes a 0-5V output signal for feedback control to your ECU. AEM's gauge-type wideband UEGO controller features an LED readout and sweeping LED "needle" that changes colors as AFR changes from lean to rich. This standard size gauge fits in most gauge pods and can be remotely mounted virtually anywhere.

- 24 color-coded LED display lights from 11:1 to 18:1 AFR.
- Integrated, three digit digital display reveals exact AFR in real time
- User programmable 0-5V analog output included for use with any management system - Lambda or Air Fuel display
 

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According to AEM forums they are already shipping but I haven't heard if HPF received them yet, will call tomorrow.

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We should be getting some in today to fill some of our original orders. We have a LOT on order and should be getting the rest in soon.

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drift tt 23 said:
will this work on the stock ecu?and if not what are my options for a simple add on wideband 02?that will also fit the clockarea.

YOu dont need a aftermarket ecu to have this work... Theres a 5Volt wire that you can wire up to data loggers and a standalone ecu... Other than that it can be used by it self...

I've seen this unit first hand, when my friend installed it on his Tacoma... I personnally like it because its a guage type instead of a flat panel display. But I would purchase the lambda version instead of the AFR one because it seems that the AFR one osolates ( spell check please) more than the Lambda version. I mean its cost the same anyway, right ????

PLus the O2 sensor is readily availble unlike the FJO unit... If your AEM bosch sensor go out... Just go to any Honda dealer and order a O2 sensor from a Honda Element... ITs the same sensor and its way cheaper...
 

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I'd like to see the list of people who have had successes and issues. The only two I know of installed had problems and were wired correctly.
 
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I'm also interested in hearing feedback from people. I would like to order the aem or the LM-1. The LM 1 seems more attractive because of the built in datalogging. What is everyones thoughts?
 
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