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Old 04-25-2006, 12:54 PM
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quick question for you ladies and gents, last weekend i hooked my ecu to my laptop and began to datalog with uber. I know it is important to select the specific WB you have, so i did (zeitronix2) due to fluxuations in voltage/readings etc...but when i went to zeitronix2 i would get hella error codes, and it would not read due to them, and just bump me down to just regular zeitronix~
so here is my question, under either zeitronix i do not get an a/f ratio value (or i do, but it will go from like positive 3424543 to negitive 2334567) so i am not thinking it is accurate , but when i select the 'innovative' wb setting, it reads great...i just question how accurate it is. I know innovate is another wb, i do not however know whether they use the same o2 sensor as i have (maybe a generic brand or something). Anyone have any insight or information that might help me here?
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Old 04-26-2006, 02:44 AM
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Just ditch uber, get CROME, and datalog with Freelog.
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Old 04-27-2006, 01:54 PM
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ubderdata's datalogging sux donkey nuts
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Originally Posted by 91accordti
quick question for you ladies and gents, last weekend i hooked my ecu to my laptop and began to datalog with uber. I know it is important to select the specific WB you have, so i did (zeitronix2) due to fluxuations in voltage/readings etc...but when i went to zeitronix2 i would get hella error codes, and it would not read due to them, and just bump me down to just regular zeitronix~
so here is my question, under either zeitronix i do not get an a/f ratio value (or i do, but it will go from like positive 3424543 to negitive 2334567) so i am not thinking it is accurate , but when i select the 'innovative' wb setting, it reads great...i just question how accurate it is. I know innovate is another wb, i do not however know whether they use the same o2 sensor as i have (maybe a generic brand or something). Anyone have any insight or information that might help me here?
thanks for your time
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With a zeitronix wideband you have a parabolic voltage output curve...using the "innovative" wideband setting is probably VERY wrong and will not read accurately. With all the idle problems and datalogging problems with uberdata it blows my mind that people still try to use it. Cromepro lets you input your own WB voltage curve and I`ve never had a problem tuning with it, idles like stock and works great. If you`re not willing to pay for the software, look into freelog which also works great.
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Old 04-27-2006, 05:47 PM
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im very noob in this topic about datalogging , you say get crome and datalog with freelog.. crome is a software right? and freelog is other software, with crome you can to datalogg?
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im very noob in this topic about datalogging , you say get crome and datalog with freelog.. crome is a software right? and freelog is other software, with crome you can to datalogg?
Ya you can, but you have to pay $150 to be able to datalog with CROME. Using the free version of CROME with no datalogging capability in conjunction with Freelog (free as well, hence the name) you get an awsome ROM editor and in my opinion the best datalogger out there, for free.

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ok , yesterday i spoke with a friend about this software (freelog) and he saids me that it's unclear (some difficult), he saids me that better is uberdata .
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Old 04-28-2006, 02:23 PM
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ok , yesterday i spoke with a friend about this software (freelog) and he saids me that it's unclear (some difficult), he saids me that better is uberdata .
tell him to go suck a nut. he's a dumbass.
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tell him to go suck a nut. he's a dumbass.
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Old 04-28-2006, 05:40 PM
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really? i thought and seem that he knews a lot
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