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Kev Sheridan
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Correct, if you want to tune yourself then you will need some sort of wideband controller.  If it is going to a tuner then you dont need one as they will use their own.  There is no onboard wideband controller on the plug-in ECU's.   Our CAN lambda is nice and gives extra functionality that 3rd parties dont but you are not limited in any way to just the Link CAN lambda, you can use pretty much any 3rd party lambda controller whether CAN based or analog output type.

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Don't mess about with other types of wideband just fit a CAN Lambda, it works perfectly does not need calibrating and once tuned you can have it in Closed Loop mode and have perfect fuelling resulting in great economy.

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