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Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2006 3:12 pm 
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stockstandard wrote:
In short, the controller makes the wideband sensor work. You install the sensor, wire it to the controller, then the controller outputs the correct voltage to the guage and ECU.

Also if you plan on tuning with it you DEFINATELY want datalogging at some point, either in the controller or with the ECU.
Thats what I thought but had never needed to know 100%. I would suggest there is a controller included for it to work then. With the EMS I have data logger so this gauge could be a good thing. Have to speak to my cousin at Rocket and get more info me thinks.



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Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2006 3:16 pm 
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Dont EMS ECU's had inbuilt wideband controllers? If so you might want to find out what sensor they use and then get a compatible guage.



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Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2006 3:37 pm 
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What is the controller needed for?

^ great read on the PWC WB02 system from the Megasquirt crew. Just diregard the brand-specific references and its an insanely detailed explanation of how the systems work.

PS. Good thread thus far, but WB02 is not necisarily a tool only for those with forced induction. Will throw into the ECU/Fuel system forum.



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