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Old 06-19-2019, 09:44 PM
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Last i heard he no longer offered it.
I have the innovate brand one, but i think the aem branded one has higher reviews...
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Old 06-20-2019, 01:37 AM
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Unfortunately I don't remember which one is in mine right now, maybe Bosch? I've had a few different ones over the years. There is a good app called Snag-It that does a great job capturing things you can even do an instructional vid with it. It isn't free, but not that pricey either. There shouldn't be an issue capturing TP table screens anyway.
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Old 06-20-2019, 06:48 PM
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Last i heard he no longer offered it.
I have the innovate brand one, but i think the aem branded one has higher reviews...
Yep Rbob got back to me. He said they were out of stock and not sure when the would be making any more.
I was planing on using a WB controller that can simulate NB for the BLM and INT but I have heard they are too slow. What are peopleís thoughts and experiences with using the WB to do NB as well?
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Old 07-10-2019, 08:29 AM
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I have now installed a LC-2 wide band O2 sensor and it has made a big difference. The EBL Flash II ECM can learn the VE table values but you really need a wide band O2 sensor to do it. I tried with the Narrow Band and spent a bit of time smoothing the values but the tuning wasnít that good.
All the advice I got was to install a WB (thanks Buccaneer and others). I didnít really want to but I came to realize that it was mandatory to get a decent tune.
I forced the ECM into open loop operation by setting the closed loop CTS threshold to 150 Deg C and then did about six consecutive VE learns. The car is running very well now. I plane on doing some dyno runs in the near future so I will keep you all posted. Also whilst no two engines are the same, if anyone has a similar set up and would like my table values just PM me and Iím share what I have. I expect I will be able to make even more advances on the dyno.

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Old 07-10-2019, 12:48 PM
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Nice! That WB makes all the difference in the world when trying to tune and saves a lot of time. I can't wait to hear from you about the dyno pulls on Ben's dyno.
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