All of which can be done with an app and the obdlink mx+. No need to run wires or anything. Super easy to use and plethora of apps on both platforms. All for 100 bucks. Honestly you don’t need to look at AFR from a wideband. Only for tuning. Pay attention to boost, KR, IAT, manifold temp or IAT2 and o2 voltage for b1 and b2 s1. This is more important than AFR with wideband. Once it’s set in the tune it’s fine. the short term and long term trims use the top two sensors to fine tune the commanded AFR. If those are bad and not fluctuating then something is wrong. They should almost always fluctuate from 80mv-980mv over and over again. Spend the money on the stuff I just said instead of the wideband. It’s better spent there.Yeah, I wasn't going to tune. I just wanted to see some factors like my air fuel ratio, boost, etc. for my own curiosity, so I was thinking of adding some sensors and gauges. I'm not wanting to override Lingenfelter, but they said "if you notice things going squirrely in the next 3 years let us know".
Ooooo any feedback on it? I'm interested.View attachment 289106
The stock 140-Amp alternator served me well until I started adding more electrical accessories. Before DC Power Engineering came out with a 270-Amp unit, the PPV 170-Amp alternator was the only upgrade I could find. Being relatively cost-effective, I wanted one, but it was on backorder, so I decided to give the 270 a try. It includes a Denso Hairpin 6-Phase 138mm Stator with a Denso 12 Diode Rectifier and Decoupler. With a new battery, a new set of pulleys and belts, the project is complete.
Can’t use my phone for that while driving. That’s for Waze/cops. I have an old android tablet I’m using for now but might get a newer one because of the screen brightness during the day and my glasses are polarized.iPhone version is DashCommand, but same same, works great.
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My iPad fits nicely in that same place but it's difficult to keep it in place, especially if I get into the gas so much as moderately.
I plan on putting scotch tape in my center console. Add a piece every time I use it. The 3m one.My iPad fits nicely in that same place but it's difficult to keep it in place, especially if I get into the gas so much as moderately.
I'm using Autometer, it's okay but I doubt the accuracy of some of the data.
This sounds vaguely similar to a particular supplier of old who used to be big here.Still waiting on Headers....Since November. How nice of the vendor to give me meaningless and wrong updates, lose my order, and never give updates unless I contact them first. Avoid CSP.
Whenever possible, I try to buy items directly from the manufacture to avoid the middle-man variables. In most cases, the parts are drop-shipped anyway, so I don't see any tangible benefit of paying a third party. In some cases, I receive a discount dealing with the vendor direct versus a third-party —just depends.Still waiting on Headers....Since November. How nice of the vendor to give me meaningless and wrong updates, lose my order, and never give updates unless I contact them first. Avoid CSP.