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Old 11-22-03, 09:54 PM
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Looki MT WideBand :)

I got the car running again after taking the turbo and manifold off for some ceramic coating

MY AFR's at WOT in most gears
was in the 11.9's

My IDLE AFR is 11.1-11.3

Pretty bad *** WideBand!

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Old 11-22-03, 11:00 PM
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did you buy that or is that the shop's?
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Old 11-22-03, 11:03 PM
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You like it eh















no its the shop's

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Old 11-23-03, 03:52 PM
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I take it those LEDs on the right signify rich, stoich and lean?

That seems VERY useful; something I wish my Tech Edge (1.5) had. I was planning on taking some markers and going over certain bars (it has a bar scale next to the #) so I wouldn't have to look directly at it while driving. Just like gauges with warnings LEDs to catch your eye, I'm glad someone put it on a wideband, it seems like a no-brainer.

Only thing is, I think it is priced out of the market.
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Old 11-23-03, 04:09 PM
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yep big bucks now with the current exchange rates

man I remember when it was 1.9 AUD to 1 USD
couple of years ago

I think my crusing AFR's are in the 14's
I get real good MPG for the mods I have


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Old 11-23-03, 06:11 PM
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nice eh? i got one of them as well! worth there weight in gold! how much boost are you on??

dont worry about mixtures at idle, you will never get a mazda to idle at 14:1!

Pirana,

the leds are for the selector switch ie petrol, alky, LPG

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Old 11-23-03, 06:15 PM
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another thing,

only use the tail pipe with it, dont mount the sensor in the dump pipe! it will get too hot and not read accurate,

also you will only get good mixture readings in 3rd and 4th gear, other gears just rev to quick to get anything happening

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My Tail pipe gets pretty HOT
is started to melt the paint on the probe pipe lol

I'm running 14 pounds sometimes spiking to 16 pounds on the top of 3RD and 4RTH gears
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hehehe yep they get hot but no where near as hot as the dump pipe!

what fuel you running it on??

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you need some washer fluid
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lol the hood is up
thats why the visibility is low thru the glass

93 octane

but when I go to the track I always use race fuel
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is it suggested to put the sensor in the tail pipe for all WB02 or just for this particular one?
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depends on the unit,

the AF-1 works better in the back, i have a bung welded to the pipe at the back of my car and it works fine,

the LM-1 also needs to be mounted there as well
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