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If you want permanent afr and don't want the LM-1 sitting in the car all the time, that's what the LC-1 does. It has the same wideband O2 controller as your LM-1, but the LC-1 is useless without a gauge or a laptop, or datalogger. If you want to record logs, you must use a laptop or buy the DL-32. Pics and some details of my LC-1 install in this thread:

LC-1 installed

Mounted under my seat is the electromotive XDI-2 box and the Innovate DL-32.

With your LM-1, you should be able to read/record afr and it has a built in rpm sensor (similar to what my DL-32 has). You can use either an inductive clamp or a tach signal to drive the rpm input channel. The input channel has to be configured correctly for your application. On the DL-32 you can do this via a couple of buttons mounted on the unit (somewhat cryptic in my opinion), or by connecting a laptop and using the LMprogrammer software (more user friendly in my opinion). I believe the LM-1 also has analog outputs you can use to drive a permanent afr gauge.
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