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Hey guys

Well I've searched but found lot of info but nothing concrete, so here's what I want to know. I am in the process of putting a T61 into my car and will be running a MAP ECU. Which wideband would suit me best. I would like to have a real-time display and be able to connect it to the map ecu to have data logging.

Question number 2 is do I really need an extra oil cooler? Where would I go about getting one since I heard that the Blitz is discontinued.

And question 3 is what trans oil cooler do I need exactly. I see all diferent kinds out there but don't know exactly which one to go with.

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WB is really a matter of price and preference. All WBs have 0-5v output so they can be logged using the MAP ECU. People really like the FJO but it is a little pricey. I personally went with the AEM WB gauge. Its a nice unit, decently priced and it is packaged in a 52mm gauge with a very easy readout.

As for the oil cooler, its not a must.

Tranny coolers are though if you are running a built auto/high stall combo. Just go with a cheap cooler since they are all very similar. I personally went with the B+M one for sixty something dollars. Just make sure to order the right fittings with it.
 

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There is one called "perma-cool" (I think thats the name) they are pretty inexpensive and come with an assortment of fittings, which should include the ones you need to make it work.
 

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I'd say your wideband choice will depend on your choice of gas. The NTK sensor in the FJO kit holds up well to leaded gas, and they have a 2 1/16 display also. As for the oil cooler, I'd say no, unless you're road racing. A trans cooler is a must, especially if you have a big stall.
 

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I have 2 WB.
First for every day use and this is GREDDY A/F Ratio Gauge.
Second LM1 from Innovate Motorsport and it has perfect, absolutly ferfect dataloging system. So you can ride around and than you can set same matrix like in MAP-ECU (RPM & BOOST) and the LM1 tells you A/F Ratio in every situation and can calculate correct coeficient for cerecting your number for same cell in MAP-ECU and this is perfect. You can do same work on the street like somebody ond dyno with hig experience.
 

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Veta said:
I have 2 WB.
First for every day use and this is GREDDY A/F Ratio Gauge.
Second LM1 from Innovate Motorsport and it has perfect, absolutly ferfect dataloging system. So you can ride around and than you can set same matrix like in MAP-ECU (RPM & BOOST) and the LM1 tells you A/F Ratio in every situation and can calculate correct coeficient for cerecting your number for same cell in MAP-ECU and this is perfect. You can do same work on the street like somebody ond dyno with hig experience.
That was actually something that I was looking at very closely. Maybe Dusty can chine in on this one...but I've heard differences between LM4 and LM1...what are they exactly.

Also is there a way to minitor the a/f ration in real time while driving just by using the Innovative unit or do I need a separate unit.

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braddman said:
I recommend the PLX..very nice and priced right.
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That was actually something that I was looking at very closely. Maybe Dusty can chine in on this one...but I've heard differences between LM4 and LM1...what are they exactly.

Also is there a way to minitor the a/f ration in real time while driving just by using the Innovative unit or do I need a separate unit.

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Yes if you have LM1 you can watch online at the unit, and you can set to monitor at Lambda % or A/F ratio. I have the LMA-2 kit and this includes RPM conveter and another analog input. Now i ca see graphs in time, rpm, boost, a/f & everything what has analog output. My unit was send directly from Innovate to my country in 5 days including time for wire transfer!



You can also buy gauge but only at 52mm diameter



Innovate is a great idea for tuning knowledge! And they said "Knowledge is HorsePower" Innovate also cooperates with Ben Strader, owner of EFI university.

Nobody can go wrong with LM1 !!!
 
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