Thank you! John at Intense did the mail order. To be fair, he warned me ahead of time that this is only to get me going until I can get a real dyno tune. It's not intended to really be beat on or driven daily.Who tuned the pcm? It's odd that your banks are that far apart. You should scan both o2's and make sure they are oscillating like they should.
Nice build btw.
You beat me to it. I was going to ask if my exhaust design could be something to do with it. Bank 2 is in no way the same as it was from the factory, and I wondered if I could have introduced some odd turbulence. I don't know. I'm reaching.The banks could be different because one side is much longer than the other to get to the turbo. They would eventually even out at the same RPM for couple miles, unless the tune is super jacked up. Cruising is off, but wide open throttle sounds like it's doing okay. I wish you had a way to scan a WOT run to see how that looks, cause if that's fine old girl just needs some maf scaling to clean up the cruising and start adding boost. I'd bet I could get that on the first shot.
Just driving and listening to the car it ran just fine before all this rain. It's the numbers that didn't seem right. I think disabling will only make it run worse and make me more blind to issues. I don't have the capability without tuning software anyway.I would disable o2's temporarily and see how itruns.
I do not believe so. It just has the 0-5V analog wideband signal that I have not figured out how to log yet. It might not be possible with the app I'm using.As a dumb question can you get a NB output off your WB? That may be a better way to go tbh esp if it's post turbo.
I will try unplugging the bluetooth adapter, and see if that clears up. Then I will unplug the gauge to make some logs. Hopefully the logs remain looking normal so that I can just disregard the gauge when logging. Otherwise, I will will have to do some wiring to move my obd port. Right now everything is tucked up over the kick panel which isn't very convenient for changing scan tools out. I think we're getting somewhere!Can I use the gauge at the same time as other scan devices or equipment plugged into the OBD2 port?
Probably not as the OBD2 port is designed for only one device. You can try this, it won't hurt anything, and it is possible that some devices are compatible depending on how they are accessing data. Most devices are not compatible however and one or both may hang up and not display data.
I debated that for a long time when I was considering the idea of trying to tune the car myself, but it just doesn't seem worth it in the end.I've used a splitter before so I can watch the aeroforce and record everything with the laptop. Speed definitely decreases like that though. I can see it causing issues.
You really need to just invest in hp tuners.
30-5143What model AEM gauge do you have? Just curious I've never seen the analog out one like that.