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Old 09-13-17, 07:35 PM
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Haltech Elite Wideband recommendations

Hey guys I'm working with a Haltech Elite 1500 and in need of wiring a wideband, any recommendations on what works best with the elite? I'm planning on connecting the wideband using the outputs to the Elite.
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Not the AFR500v2 with NTK Calibration Grade Sensor?
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It was just easier to type Haltech. But yeah. The ECM kit is still tops.
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haltech is bloody easy to connect via the CAN network
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haltech is bloody easy to connect via the CAN network

If only they used something other than the Bosch 4.2 as a sensor. I hate those things.
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I haven't had any reliability problems with the Haltech Control units and the 4.2 Sensors.

When you use a CAN Haltech Wideband and it detects a problem it will disable any closed-loop feedback function. Most other wideband will just output a steady voltage and often can cause closed loop feedback to make a change for the worse.

The other advantage is it doesn't take up any valuable inputs, and seems to respond faster than an analog signal.
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