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Old 11-03-2012, 12:29 PM   #31 (permalink)
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He always gotta be right. And he's wrong.

Yes sir we will get along!!! = ) Eric hahah


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Well, I don't know who is right, and who is wrong...all that ^^^ to me is noobish.
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i actually find it informative, i just read and soak in the information..leave out the other stuff.

back on topic- wb looks to be a good buy. id like to see some of the feedback from someone on the community on here....my wb now doesn't data log i use the dsp
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Old 11-03-2012, 02:12 PM   #35 (permalink)
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He always gotta be right. And he's wrong.

Yes sir we will get along!!! = ) Eric hahah

No I know when Im right and when Im wrong. Where was I wrong? I provided info on a situation where this failsafe wouldnt have helped, thats all.

1) He was rich when the injector failed and the wideband still read rich.
2) They were running leaner at first cause they KNEW the FTW fuel was going to swell the injectors.
3) This gauge wouldnt have saved them.

Youre the one that got bent with your shit ass response to my post.

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This gauge wouldn't have helped. Only thing that would have helped us is individual cylinder/runner sensors...which is something I'm going to drop the dollars for.

The injectors kept leaning out cause they were going through the swell process. The car adjusts fuel based off just one sensor which incorporates all four cylinders it didn't know the number three injector was closing shut either so It added more fuel across the board which "compensated" and maintained high 10s during the dyno pull which in actuality was doing nothing to help cylinders three's lean condition.
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This gauge wouldn't have helped. Only thing that would have helped us is individual cylinder/runner sensors...which is something I'm going to drop the dollars for.

The injectors kept leaning out cause they were going through the swell process. The car adjusts fuel based off just one sensor which incorporates all four cylinders it didn't know the number three injector was closing shut either so It added more fuel across the board which "compensated" and maintained high 10s during the dyno pull which in actuality was doing nothing to help cylinders three's lean condition.

Did you not go thru the process FTW required before you started doing wot?

This gauge isn't perfect. Didn't say it was. But I could help out. The data logging is the main reason I'm getting it.
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Of course we did

Asking. Not being smart.

Do the just keep swelling or what?


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There is a point where they should stop swelling. Should.
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Thing is if it kept going lean. Should y'all have checked injectors?

Like tuner said there should be a point where is done swelling right?

I've never used FTW and prob never will will stick with e85 and c16




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Old 11-03-2012, 03:43 PM   #43 (permalink)
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FYI tuner is wasn't trying to be an azz. So don't think I hate you or w/e.

But on the other hand I wasn't asking for your opinion. = )


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Yeah.
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Old 11-03-2012, 04:46 PM   #45 (permalink)
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it'd be nice if they made an ad-on for those who already had an AEM wideband
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