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Planning on adding an Innovate LC2 wideband sensor to keep a monitor on the AFR in the Mini. However, one question.

I'm running standard manifold + catalytic converter, but I have disabled the second lambda sensor. Can I use that position for the LC2, or does it have to sit before the cat?
I will only be using it for an AFR gauge and some datalogging while remapping.

(Ideally I would have replaced the first sensor with the innovate, but I can see that the analog output of the LC2 is too slow to be used as a simulated Narowband sensor)
 

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I'm not planning on going to the extreme - but I need to know that I'm within reasonable limits. I'm aware of the difference in readings before and after cat - and I should be able to compensate for it in the firmware/software of the WB controller.
 

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Have you got your sensor yet?

I ask as I have an Innovate sensor & interface (can't remember the model specifics) that I could be willing to sell on as I no longer have the car it was bought for.
Sounds good, I used Innovate on my old Diesels, so I prefer an Innovate again.

How much do you want for it, and is it LC1 or LC2 ?
 
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