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Old November 26th, 2012, 08:13 PM   #1
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Both banks AFR monitoring

What do you all use to monitor both banks afr and datalog? I am probably getting rid of my VEC shortly and I am looking for something good to get to be able to datalog on my computer afr both sides, throttle position, rpm, and boost.

I am familiar with zeitronix and really like their products but for me to get the setup necessary to monitor these items it is 700 dollars. I currently run 1 aem uego and would prefer to plug that into a monitor etc.
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Old November 26th, 2012, 08:24 PM   #2
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What do you all use to monitor both banks afr and datalog? I am probably getting rid of my VEC shortly and I am looking for something good to get to be able to datalog on my computer afr both sides, throttle position, rpm, and boost.

I am familiar with zeitronix and really like their products but for me to get the setup necessary to monitor these items it is 700 dollars. I currently run 1 aem uego and would prefer to plug that into a monitor etc.
I have run a Innovate system for several years, it has been very good. You will need two sensors and a DL32. The DL32 has a SD card, therefore, the downloading is simple. The DL32 also has a built-in accelerometer and vacuum/boost transducer. In addition, it has 0-5V inputs that can monitor any oem sensor using a 0-5V communication. I monitor rpm, throttle position, a/f, fuel pressure, vacuum and acceleration .

If you install the XD gauge it can also activate the log session. It has a built-in on/off switch. If you don't include the gauge you will have to install an on/off toggle switch. I put the XD gauge in place of my charge indicator oem gauge.

The software is called logworks, IMHO is is far more functional than the VEC logging software.
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Old November 27th, 2012, 08:54 AM   #4
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I like the idea of the AEM one since I already run an AEM UEGO AFR gauge but I don't need all that it is offering. 4 o2's is overkill and though the price is good for that many widebands I only need 2.

I need to look into the innovate system.
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Does anyone know of a multi-sensor option that accepts the higher-grade NTK sensor, in place o the standard Bosch?
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