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Old 03-01-2008, 08:10 PM
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hi all, does anyone know how to use the mircotech hand controller for an ltx8? wanna drop the fuel pressure in my liberty coz she's running a bit rich.
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do you have a wideband oxygen sensor?

have a chat to Rotomotion or uuh Aaron at Intune, they'd be your best bet with microtech
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or i guess you could RTFM :P
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rtfm???? eh?

nah i only put in a singe wire o2 sensor for the sole purpose of running an air/fuel gauge, does't have the loom there for the wide band or even 3 wire so would be a mission to wire up. does the job and i'll be able to keep an eye on the ratio.

it seems to be leaning out on idle to the point of surging, looking for a smooth idle but just cant do it, then getting extemely rich when i put my boot into it, pretty much off the gauge into the 10:1 ration, pretty sure 12.7:1 is the go when its under load
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by the way its a turbo converted ej25 running a vf30.

does anyone know if allstar garage tune microtech's?
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I asked Nic @ ASG if he can tune the microtech in the missus forry (has a LT10) and he said that they can do it. Essentially its just the same shit different ECU im sure any other reputable tuners can do it.
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12.7 is the quoted ideal number, but most people will aim for a little lower then that to compensate for the "ifs"

-bad fuel
-temp changes
-the other 1000 random things that can make a car run leaner then you think

Mick from Ovaboost is extremely competent with Microleb, go see him.
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cheers, be a couple of weeks till i take it in, not driving it much as its unregistered, taking it over pits on monday but im 100% sure its not going to pass, just doing it to get a list to work off
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Please quote me if I'm wrong... But in normal cars, that includes the Best of the Best (Subaru's) that use a normal zirconia oxygen sensors, air/fuel mixture should be around 14.7:1

I'm not 100% sure with MicroTech but I can't see that much difference
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Aha... found something on the net for ya'll

http://thecarscene.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=1161

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