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Ok, so in the past ive only used the wbO2 as stand alone, and tuned fuel by monitoring blms via aldl port logging and using that fuel trim block learn info as reference to make changes, verifying everything w the wb. (gm stuff)

I havent ever used the extreme HULOG, will i get feedback from it that i can use to trim fuel manually in a similar way or am i better off wiring the wbO2 into the ecu and tuning that way, and then converting back to a standard O2 after tuning it?

Ecu is p06

Yes ive searched. Great stuff for once im up and running, but everyones using a wired in wb. I have more than one car i use it on so a permanent wb install isnt ideal....
 

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Wb output to ecu.
Data log and tune.
Once tuning is done hook up factory o2.
Drive with o2 in montior mode (not hook to ecu)
Verify everything is good.
Remove wideband.

And a tip. Ground the wideband to one of the ecu grounds. Will help alot with the offsets.
 

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Yup, and im already planning on a signal booster for use w ostrich.thanks for the reminder. Moates stuff is great but getting it up and running occasionally is a task.

Is that answer conferring there are no trims to chase so to speak? Ive generally had bad results simming a nb02 w the lc1s output. Lots of random ...but semi frequent cels

havent tried on a honda yet
 
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