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Old 09-18-2011, 02:12 PM   #1
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I was curious as to whether after bench calibrating both the wide band processor and the sensor whether or not I'd have to do it again once i transplanted to the car. I'd think not because the manual calls for a switched 12v source, but I'd rather know for sure before I wire everything up.

While I'm at, since ecu project is down I'll ask here; once everything is in place, how did you get T5 suite and the Lc-1 to communicate and agree with each other? I know you select the 69th pin input and how to work the realtime panel. I just remember reading that certain values had to be entered in to configure the two so it didn't read artificially rich or lean.
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No. Once its calibrate you are all set. Will require periodic recalibration if you run continuous.
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Awesome! I also realized I may have messed up; I only did the first part where it blinks for 20 secs. I then had an emergency and left it at that step-off of course. Do I proceed as if I had done that or start over?
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While I'm at, since ecu project is down I'll ask here; once everything is in place, how did you get T5 suite and the Lc-1 to communicate and agree with each other? I know you select the 69th pin input and how to work the realtime panel. I just remember reading that certain values had to be entered in to configure the two so it didn't read artificially rich or lean.
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Yeah you'll have to either check your manual and spend a lot of time trying to figure out the correct parameters. If you check settings, you'll see it there. Right by where you tell it you want pin 69 to be taking in the reading.

I found that the values given in my AEM UEGO manual were off a bit so it took some playing around with. Even now it's not 100% accurate but I can get a general idea from it.
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Old 09-19-2011, 03:37 PM   #5
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The lc-1 manual says it~brown =0v=7.25afr, and the other IDR, is something on the order of 20afr. I presume i have to corroborate that with the T5 suite programs...
I know it will always be off a little, but fortunately it has been discovered that it reads leaner than actually is=good'n safe
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