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Old 09-30-2008, 12:51 AM
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In November of last year I bought an AEM Wideband gauge, just the gauge. Its a 30-4223 model gauge. Now I'm getting around to wiring it up to my AEM EMS 30-1040U and I can't find a pinout diagram. However I did find a PDF file in AEMpro that says its only compatible with UEGO controllers 30-2300 and 30-2301. Does this mean that its not gonna work with my EMS? Or does someone out there know how to wire it up?
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Old 09-30-2008, 02:05 AM
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I have always advocated hooking up any AEM wideband to wall voltage, after dousing yourself wih gasoline.


I've never dealt with the onboard wideband EMS, but their standalone wideband is the worst one on the market, that ---- isn't even remotely close to accurate.
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Old 10-15-2008, 03:13 PM
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u talking about the uego jd?
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Old 10-15-2008, 04:55 PM
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How many widebands does AEM make, John? If there's a new one on the market I'm happy to test it and let you know what I think.
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i have a single channel uego without the gauge. Had it for a little over a month before it took a ---- on me. Now i gotta find another one.

so far i have tried zeitronix, innovate, and aem. None of them had made me very happy. however, the zeitronix on board logging was pretty damn nice. I liked it better than Crome's logging. Thats not saying much anyway, lol.
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Old 10-15-2008, 05:59 PM
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Crome's logging, like all of the Honda GUIs, is partially based on your laptop's ability to crunch packets. I'm getting 60+ frames per second with eCtune, close to 100 on cold days. T8300, 2gigs RAM, stripper version of XP. I'd guess I'd do similarly with Crome, haven't used it in a hot minute though.

The Innovative widebands may be a neccesary evil as the need for a serial wideband grows. I'd love to see inexpensive USB ADCs such as the DLP Designs IO8 become embraced like it has in the Nissan scene, making analog widebands serial-compatible. People knock them, and I agree they aren't the greatest, but the PLX units last forever. NGK AFX are also nice. If you could make them serial, oh joy.

I spent three hours yesterday to script a VI in LabVIEW so I could use my ni.com USB-6009 as a logger for an SRT4 I tuned yesterday. I'd really like to make a robust stand-alone logger utility out of it that can be configured with variable size matrixes for a variety of standalones and reverse engineered OEM stuffs that has ------- crappy datalogging. Microtech, Nemesis because nobody brings me one equipped with a wideband and trying to buy one of the $$$ wideband add-ons for them is a two week process, etc.
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Old 10-15-2008, 06:24 PM
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yea, the innovate was just too finicky for me. The re-calibration stuff really got me angry and it was just so damn as to where it wanted the grounds at to get a consistent reading. I havent looked at my frames per second but it logs pretty damn fast.

I've got an HP with 2gbs of RAM and 1.79Ghz processor and i must say that ectune runs very fast. Faster than i could ever get crome to run.

I might as well move on down the line and try out the new PLX units. The ways things are now, its worth a shot and i might as well just keep going down the list until i find one that i am satisfied with.
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Old 10-15-2008, 06:29 PM
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For the moment im actually happy with my uego. I don't like its single output but as long as I can run a narrowband as well I dont mind. It does have a serial output though, but ill never end up using it.
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Old 10-15-2008, 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by FrodoGT
For the moment im actually happy with my uego.
Wait until you compare it to 3-5 other widebands that agree with each other, but not with your "uego"
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I realy like my plx, m300. Its been in I dont know how many cars. But its a trooper.
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