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Wideband AFR in Datamaster(or anything for that matter)

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Old 07-29-2011, 08:51 PM   #1
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Default Wideband AFR in Datamaster(or anything for that matter)

I've got an Innovate LC-1 in a 1995 Corvette running E85. It is in it's own bung. The Right and Left OEM sensors are connected. The rear is disabled. The EGR is long gone. I would like to get the AFR and RPM information in a logging program so I can send it to my tuner. I need RPM data, which logworks3 does not display. I have tried the a/c trick mentioned for Datamaster and those readings are not corresponding to my Laptop gauge. Does anybody have a way to get some AFR and RPM data in a file I can export. I'm about ready to set this thing ablaze!

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