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Posted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 8:23 pm 
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Im looking to use a wideband lambda sensor, with an in car mounted gauge to tune and monitor my lpg afr's in my s1 vn v6 hiace (mixer ring, complex converter, its running like crap now, 23L/100k's, underpowered and gets hot when cruising at 100)

I have seen a few and this one looks good for the price; ... p-152.html

only thing is that my van already has an oxy sensor (1 wire) which is used by the LPG fuel processor.

do i need get another oxy sensor port grafted on or can I get the afr meter to work off the oxy sensor Ive already got.

any other suggestions to fix my problems also appreciated.


p.s the van has falcon wheels and my other car is a 250 tc cortina so dont shoot me for the commo motor thing lol
Posted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 11:05 pm 
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Second input, the LCI tells you roughly where to mount it. The LC1 is a 4 wire bosch unit. Comes with the bung, just needs to be drilled and wellded to the pipe.



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Posted: Sun Dec 07, 2008 11:55 am 
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you can set up the lc1 to emulate a narrowband to connect to your gas processor, and either view the a/f ratios with a gauge on the second output, or log them on a laptop
Posted: Sun Dec 07, 2008 2:51 pm 
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correct, i have my LPG system & EEC using the simulated NB output of my LC-1, works fine.
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