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Installed the LC-1 in my Teg yesterday.

Old 05-28-2006, 08:44 PM
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Default Installed the LC-1 in my Teg yesterday.

Finally got around to installing my wideband into my new teg yesterday. Finally got everything working so I can do some tuning when my cams come in.

Turbo timer serves as an A/F display. Calibration button and status LED for the LC-1.
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Rats nest. Extension harness with a PC power plug used to connect the wideband controller to the ECU.
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ECU J12 and J1 are connected to switches.
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Forgot to mention,. Thanks to my friend J for helping with the install and motivating my ***.

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Old 05-29-2006, 11:52 AM
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Default Re: Installed the LC-1 in my Teg yesterday.

mmm, What type of input does the Timer take to serve as a WBo2 display? 0-5v and know the Linear o2 Graph to make it AFRs?
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Old 05-29-2006, 12:16 PM
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You can program either of the analog outputs on the LC-1 to whatever linear slope you desire. You can also program the voltage to A/.F ratio correlation on the turbo timer. I don't use the turbo timer display for tuning. It is setup for monitoring only. When I'm tuning I datalog through the ECU with the other analog out programmed to Innovates factory 0-5V settings. When I'm done tuning I reprogram the output to the ECM to represent the stock O2 sensor so that I can enable closed loop.
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Old 05-29-2006, 12:17 PM
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Yeah, what he said.

With "single digit" voltages, does the TT give you two decimal places on the voltage readout? In that case, you could set it up to display to a tenth of an AFR, if you ignore decimal placement.

I like your wiring, you did a good job.
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Old 05-29-2006, 12:21 PM
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Thanks JD.

The voltage set range on the A/F points is in 0.05 increments. So I think that it could be setup to be pretty accurate to a tenth of an A/F. Unfortunately I haven't sat down and hashed out the math to set the TT up perfectly.
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Old 05-29-2006, 12:36 PM
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The only LC-1 I have touched friend itself and acted all fucked up. I really, really, really - have I mentioned really? - liked the way it was put together, the size and cable packaging, and how Logworks interfaced it with my laptop. I really liked the price. But... it fried itself, and according to a perusal of their forums that happens quite a lot.

Keep me updated on how yours works for you, please? If Innovate gets the bugs worked out of the damn thing I'll buy ten of them, and blow an eskimo left handed midget ninja albino out of gratitude. Thanks.
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Old 05-29-2006, 01:16 PM
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This is the second car that this setup has been installed in. I really love the flexibility and unobtrusive packaging that this unit offers. I have read about the analog outputs getting fried, but I think that they have had that problem solved for a while now. Check the forum, I'm pretty sure that Klaus has already addressed the cause of the failures.
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Old 05-29-2006, 02:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Joseph Davis
The only LC-1 I have touched friend itself and acted all fucked up. I really, really, really - have I mentioned really? - liked the way it was put together, the size and cable packaging, and how Logworks interfaced it with my laptop. I really liked the price. But... it fried itself, and according to a perusal of their forums that happens quite a lot.

Keep me updated on how yours works for you, please? If Innovate gets the bugs worked out of the damn thing I'll buy ten of them, and blow an eskimo left handed midget ninja albino out of gratitude. Thanks.
Mine was the same way. I really like it at first. really simple. then it started acting upo, and i spent far too much time trying to rewire it to get it to work. Completely stopped working, so i ponied up the extra $150 and got an lm1 instead
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Old 05-29-2006, 02:38 PM
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Klaus posted it is fixed. There are still complaints to the contrary.
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Old 05-29-2006, 03:13 PM
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my lc-1 died the second day i had it. i sent it in for a warrantied replacement and its been fine ever since
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