We've updated the kit to be plug-and-play while still being Cobb "Green Speed" compliant. As of now, if you are using the Cobb Accessport software post the "Green Speed" update, there is no way to bring in any external data to the ECU, wideband or otherwise.
There are 2 possible configurations of the kit. All kits can be switched between the 2 configurations at anytime.
Configuration 1 - Standard and all kits will ship this way. Our kit will make your wideband install as simple as possible and not affect the rear 02 sensor, but logging to the ECU will not function.
Configuration 2 - Alternative that can be set up by the user at anytime. If you have an off-road/race car application with tuning software or a standalone that can utilize the rear 02 input for data logging to the ECU, then the configuration can be updated for the wideband information.
A Gauge for You and Logging for Your Tuner
If you’re filling out that gauge pod, a wideband would be a great choice because it’s an excellent way for you to quickly check how well the engine is running while on the road. The trouble is that a visual display isn’t helpful for your tuner. They’ll need to see Air/Fuel Ratio (AFR) information in context with the rest of the critical engine data to get and keep your car running at peak performance. Our iWire Spec modifications to the wideband kit factor in simultaneous logging and display with a simple plug and play install.
Stop Hunting the Web for How to Wire Your Wideband
We’ve all been at the point where your eyes are red, and your brain is mush after reading a bunch of posts about different ways people have wired up their AEM wideband gauge. The cars are always different, and the wires don’t match up. Instead of wasting your time with all the hunting around on the web and still being unsure, just run a couple of wires from the engine bay into the cabin, and plug them in. You’ll be “widebanding” in no time!
I Have a Factory Front Oxygen (02) Sensor. Isn't This Enough for Tuning?
Unfortunately, no. The front O2 sensor (the one in the header) is sometimes considered a wideband sensor. Still, it technically doesn't have a wide enough range for proper tuning. It will stay in the car for ECU to function properly, but the factory sensor's lack of accurate Air/Fuel metering leaves a need for an additional upgraded wideband sensor so that your tuner can safely calibrate the car whether in person or remotely.
2002-2005 WRX: Wideband works with this car for data logging the raw value (will need to be converted from voltage to AFR outside of the AP) and gauge display on the AP will be the raw value of 0-5 volt as well. 2006-2014 WRX 2004-2021 STi 2004-2013 Forester XT 2005-2012 Legacy GT 2005-2009 Outback XT
This product is no longer compatible with the Cobb AP. It can still be used for datalogging with alternative tuning methods.
AEM Part Number 30-0300
Gauge size is 52mm.
Click Here for our Wideband Kit without the Gauge.
Unfortunately iWire cannot sell the plug and play wiring separately from the unit because the wiring harness of the unit must be modified in house.
Recommended for the AEM Wideband X-Line Series with Gauge with iWire PnP