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 Puzzled by o2 logs 
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I find these logs totally useless.
Maybe one of you guys have seen this before and know whats wrong.
We have a Racepak 220-VM-AF2 dual channel controller and Greg just sent us a 220-VM-AF1 that was tested on his daily driver to vewrify it was good.

the 2 channel has one sensor in a left bank primary tube and one in a right bank primary tube.
The AF1 is in the left collector as seen in the picture below.

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This run was with the left collector and left primary controllers swapped so it's obvious I cant get any data in the collector.


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It looks like the collector sensor is being fooled lean by the fresh air getting back in. Why is it so much leaner in the individual cylinders in the first log? Was there a jet change or ?? Awesome DS RPM. !!

Looks like it don't hook -- much, accel g needs a kick in the pants. LOL maybe try bending the ladder bars or put some air in the tyres? PM for you.


Sun Jun 01, 2014 11:50 pm
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When I updated the software it blew out my config file. I didn't notice until the first run the driveshaft sensor was set on 2 magnets instead of 8 :O

I couldn't tell if it was lean or rich. looks more like an EKG then a o2 trend. ;)


Mon Jun 02, 2014 5:36 am
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