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Old 06-02-2009, 03:07 PM   #1
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help with my aem wideband for data logging

ok ive done some searching on the forums and ive done some reading but im just not getting it i guess... i have a xcal2 and i have the aem wideband gauge i need to get it so i can datalog the a/f ratio with live link. step by step instruction how to go about this would be great and what box do i need to check to have it data log when i go to set it up

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THIS IS THE WAY I DID IT WHICH WORKS BUT MAY NOT BE THE PROPER WAY.

With two wires(i used doorbell wiring from the hardware store) on of them gets grounded and plugs into the xcal in either port number 2 or number 9, i forget which.

And with the other wire attach it two the low volt output from you aem and then into either port number 2 or 9 of the xcal.

If you dont have the instructions for either of them you can get them from the websites.

you'll want the instructions for the xcal so you can figure out which hole to put the wires in. and the instructions for the aem will tell you which wire is the low volt output. it's really simple.

in livelink you will select analog 2 for data logging. under commands go to analog equations and apply the aem equation to the analog channel you are using.

sorry these aren't step by step. but if you were able to hook up the wideband then this is just as easy as that.

THIS IS THE WAY I DID IT WHICH WORKS BUT MAY NOT BE THE PROPER WAY.
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also search "data logging a/f" i recently made a post about this that may have a little more help for you.
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Rather than having to type everything, this is about the best tutorial there is. It is for a different wideband but the idea is the same for all with the X2.

http://www.innovatemotorsports.com/r...2_tutorial.php
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