Started by jvanzyl, December 12, 2022, 16:22
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Quote from: Call the midlife! on December 12, 2022, 16:53For the similar price as the Innovate you can get an AEM complete with gauge, can't see a gauge on the one you linked to?I imagine the cheaper one will do just what it says on the tin, spend more and you get more features such as limits alarms etc but it depends what you're after.
Quote from: thetyrant on December 13, 2022, 10:10Do you just have a Wideband 02 sensor that goes in the exhaust but nothing else ?
Quote from: Gaz2405 on December 13, 2022, 11:22Does the emanage have a voltage input for the wideband?
Quote from: Call the midlife! on December 14, 2022, 10:32Just bear in mind the looms on the AEM will need extending and you'll need pins for the Emanage terminals possibly as well.
Quote from: thetyrant on December 14, 2022, 10:04I guess it depends how far you want to go but as a minimum you could get away with the controller from LD £59 to power up your wideband sensor and connect its 0-5v output to the Emanage input, i would probably add the AFR display for £29 so you can see the AFR live in front of you while driving. I would not rely on Autotune but datalog and review/change map from that, some Autotune setups can work ok but it has a narrow window usually and often make crazy changes to map due to lack of brain power, so for example for tuning idle fuel mixture or steady cruising maybe it could be ok but its just not really clever enough for normal variable driving even at much higher price point Ecu's than the emanage.Enjoy
Quote from: threepot on December 14, 2022, 10:24AEM Gauge is very good, and it has the 0-5v analogue output for the linear 10:1 to 20:0... see page 7 of the manual here for the calibration values https://www.aemelectronics.com/files/instructions/30-4110NS%20Digital%20Wideband%20UEGO%20Gauge%20No%20Sensor.pdfBut its the only one I've messed with so take my rating as inexperienced!I've never messed with a Greddy E-Manage, but you want to look at the software/pdfs to see how the AFR input works on that ECU. See if you can calibrate an ECU input channel to suit the gauges output scaling. You really want to connect the ECU to the wideband as it will make your closed loop control totally peachy - well as long as the exhaust has no leaks etc.There is alot of hate to the autotune in the industry... but the Ecu Master EMU's autotune/estimated VE tables from data logging function is pretty good! I've seen many more fudged tables done by "experienced pro tuners". The devil is in the detail, getting the initial config correct, calibrating the sensor curves correctly, no leaks etc - tuning around defects is common but makes for poor outcomes.