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Old 03-23-2010, 10:44 AM   #31
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technical support section...looked everywhere but there lol....thanks ZX3
SCT site is hard to find your way around in my opinion a "Downloads" section would be easy to find

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Old 04-02-2010, 10:59 AM   #32
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Hey I went a step further and made up my own firewire cable. Instead of limiting the cord to one channel, I allowed the option to run either channel1 or channel2. Let me know what you think.

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Thanks BC_ZX3 for the starting point. Im getting pretty go at making these things now.
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Old 04-02-2010, 12:32 PM   #33
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Old 04-06-2010, 07:56 PM   #34
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What about the xcal2 it doesnt use that type of cable or car u do almost the same concept and figure out the wires and such?
I bought an xcal2 and need to figure it out, the plug is roundish. I have to find out what it is for sure but i bet someone on here would know
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Post #10 on My in-car wiring diagram for datalogging/tuning

Concept is the same, as you've already suggested, just a slightly different cable end to work with.
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Post #10 on My in-car wiring diagram for datalogging/tuning

Concept is the same, as you've already suggested, just a slightly different cable end to work with.
Wow, that dude has a niiiiice setup! (on the other hand, glad I don't require the J&S, haha)
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how do you hook up the O2 sensor to the AFR gauge?
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When you buy the AEM wideband gauge kit, the wiring harness that connects to the O2 sensor comes configured with a six pin female connector attached to the cable end. It simply plugs directly into the "socket" in the back of the gauge. It's plug and play.
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I didnt buy an AEM one, I was told I could splice into the O2 sensor. Would I unhook it from the car and just have it going to the AFR gauge? If so, wouldnt that make the check engine light come on?
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You CANNOT spice into the stock o2 sensor and get a AF reading thats needed for tuning. The AEM is your best bet

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