This gauge is the same gauge that AEM uses. it was a race between AEM gauge and DynoTune gauge. they won the bid war...lol so know the AEM gauge doubles as the PLX gauge...so it's a high quality unit and not some light show.
talking about quality, PLX units have much higher quality than its competitors due to their QA process which tests each units at the gateway.
also their R&D tests their encasing up to plastic melting degrees, just for example. so far with the proven market and feedbacks, PLX units are still perfect.
I'm very interested in the a/f monitor and gauge package for 410 dollars, but am confused about a few things...
the supplied o2 sensor goes in the primary/closest bung to the turbo, replacing the stock one completely? (as opposed to the secondary o2 sensor after the cat)...how does the a/f monitor/o2 sensor hook up/into the oem o2 sensor?
is there any calibration needed to get the plx a/f monitor to work correctly with our srt4's?
will this completely interface with AEM's stand alone EMS system when it becomes available?
thanks for the help as I should be ordering one of these in a week or two!
easier to harder questions:
- no calibration for any applications.
- you can plug the sensor from the kit as additional O2 sensor or just replace the stock one (preferrably somewhere before cat) and if you choose to replace the stock one, there are both narrowband and wideband output from the controller unit, so whatever the stock ECU needs, the M-series can provide that output. The easiest way is to make another bung for this additional sensor.
- yes, this will communicate well with AEM EMS and most other EMS