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LC-1 and narrowband AFR gauges

Old 11-10-2005, 07:10 AM
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Default LC-1 and narrowband AFR gauges

I was reading about the LC-1 on Innovate's website and it says that one of the features is that you can use it to convert a narrowband gauge.


Has anyone ever tried this? I might go this route until I can ball up and get the XD1.
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Old 11-10-2005, 07:09 PM
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I am pretty sure the narrowband output is just so you can wire it into your ecu to make it think it is running off a stock O2 sensor. THen when you want to do some tuning, you can switch out the narrowband feed for the wideband feed. ANd start datalogging and tuning with the wideband output.
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Old 11-12-2005, 05:27 PM
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Yeah you can setup the outputs however you want so like a narrowband gauge expects 0-1v so just set one of the outputs to something like 0-1v=16-12afr.
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Old 11-13-2005, 01:13 PM
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Hit up the forum on there site.They would know and I do remember reading about a way to convert a Autometer guage before so if you find something out maybe let everyone know and bump this thread.
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Old 11-14-2005, 01:37 PM
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Hit up the forum on there site.They would know and I do remember reading about a way to convert a Autometer guage before so if you find something out maybe let everyone know and bump this thread.
im guessing reading comprehension isnt one of your strong points.....i just told him how to do it.


There is no "converting" of the gauge itself you set the output of the lc1 to be 0-1=16-12afr or whatever range you want and hook that output to the gauge. Mines been running this way for quite a while and it works like a charm.
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Originally Posted by mikeflys1
Originally Posted by 90dx
Hit up the forum on there site.They would know and I do remember reading about a way to convert a Autometer guage before so if you find something out maybe let everyone know and bump this thread.
im guessing reading comprehension isnt one of your strong points.....i just told him how to do it.


There is no "converting" of the gauge itself you set the output of the lc1 to be 0-1=16-12afr or whatever range you want and hook that output to the gauge. Mines been running this way for quite a while and it works like a charm.
I see.Good to know.
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