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Went dynoing today with my GSX, and thought i'de share some comparisons for the FJO wideband setup. Here are 2 graphs from the shop's wideband, and my FJO:

Here is the FJO:
http://www.twingles.com/ideck/eclipse/dyno030302e_proefi.jpg

Here is the Shop wideband:
http://www.twingles.com/ideck/eclipse/dyno030302f.jpg

More comparisons can be seen at http://www.twingles.com/ideck/eclipse/dyno.htm

The FJO was litterally identical to the shop dyno, pull after pull. I was very happy with the product's response. I have been running it about 1 month, daily driven eclipse, highway/city, and the sensor is holding up to abuse so far. Also, for those who are purchasing the AEM EMS, you can see some logs that would look quite similar to the setup, and the FJO will hook up to the AEM last I was told.
 

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Nice numbers Dre.... Good to see that your tuning is working out for the better.



PS Where you been at????


Phil
 

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Yeah, that's me -- FJO dealer. :) The kits are excellent. I've been running mine since last July or so and it's dead solid reliable. I wouldn't think of pushing a big single/VPC car hard without knowing what the AFR is.

Steve

dre99gsx said:
http://fjoinc.com/automotive/pricing.htm

There is a user, Steve Hayes, who is selling them at the moment here on the supraforums.
 
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