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Old 04-17-06, 11:50 PM
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I was wondering if the microtech LT-10s can read a wideband 02 sensor or just a narrowband? I know there are several other standalones that have a wideband function but not sure about this one. Thanks!
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Old 04-18-06, 12:21 AM
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Wrong forum. =)
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why would it be the wrong forum...... that is a good question for this forum... I think it has already been answered many times if you search for it via the forums search function
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Yeah explain why this is the wrong forum. I will search I wasn't aware of it being asked a lot. I looked on the microtec forum and couldn't get a straight answer.
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I believe the LT8 and the LT10 reads analog and the LT12 has the built in wideband.
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Originally Posted by lowkee33
I was wondering if the microtech LT-10s can read a wideband 02 sensor or just a narrowband? I know there are several other standalones that have a wideband function but not sure about this one. Thanks!
Wideband is avaliable as an option for LT10 and LT12 now. If you have allready your ECU, you will need to ship it to Microtech to be redone.

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well.... I have a LT-10s and just bought the 6 in 1 AEM and it has a feature to set it for 0-1v, 0-2v and 0-5v output so I guess I will try the narrow set up (0-1v) and see how it compares with the dynojet sensor kit at the dyno .... I think it will have no problems in terms of data logging....

What about the wide band sensors not lasting more than 100 hors when using racing fuels? is that true??? (mine is the one that comes with the AEM...bosh universal)...
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Originally Posted by AImec Racing
well.... I have a LT-10s and just bought the 6 in 1 AEM and it has a feature to set it for 0-1v, 0-2v and 0-5v output so I guess I will try the narrow set up (0-1v) and see how it compares with the dynojet sensor kit at the dyno .... I think it will have no problems in terms of data logging....

What about the wide band sensors not lasting more than 100 hors when using racing fuels? is that true??? (mine is the one that comes with the AEM...bosh universal)...
yea ive heard that fuels with lead are to hard on the sensors. unleaded only
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