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Old 05-18-2018, 02:24 AM
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Can anyone recomend a laptop/windows software program for logging from my AEM UEGO X series? I've bought the cables to connect the 0-5v signal output to my usb/laptop, and I'm only going to log AFR, so I only need a simple program that does just this if possible...


If anyone has a write up of the hole process from cabling to usage of the software, that would be great of course :-)
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HP Tuners.
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I use HPtuners standard with my AEM Uego wired in through the ac pressure switch.

Multiple write ups on that through this site and LS1tech
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Generally, HTP is my favorite for C5s, but EFI Live is also good and in some cases better.
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HP tuners, EFI live and the likes is, as I've understood, advanced software for tuning. What I would like is a simple program that is logging the signals from the AFR unit and presented the data in a graph or something.
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HP tuners, EFI live and the likes is, as I've understood, advanced software for tuning. What I would like is a simple program that is logging the signals from the AFR unit and presented the data in a graph or something.
Check with the manufacturer of your AFR gauge. Some have software free that works with their gauge. I am using Innovate Technologies AFR gauge and they have software free that works exactly what you want to do.
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HP tuners, EFI live and the likes is, as I've understood, advanced software for tuning. What I would like is a simple program that is logging the signals from the AFR unit and presented the data in a graph or something.
hptuners will do that as well, it comes with an editor to make tune changes and scanner which is your datalogger... I have a surface pro 3 that I use with hptuners only for the car stuff and I like it a lot... if you end up going with hptuners and want to use a tablet it has to have windows (not windows rt) and a usb port
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