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Wideband: How many use a air/fuel ratio gauge

I have the Woolich racing V3 logbox, it comes with the Zeitronix Zt-3, but I’m used to looking at a gauge (I usually record the gauges as I ride) I don’t ride with my laptop, and don’t like having to hook up to look at a log. I just ordered the ZR-1 AFR gauge, and splitter so I can datalog, and have my Wideband too.
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I'm using an innovate AFR gauge on mine. Works good and I find it doesn't lag like the AEM ones do.

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I'm using an innovate AFR gauge on mine. Works good and I find it doesn't lag like the AEM ones do.
I ordered the new OLED one from Innovate for my ZX14R.
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When you get the gauge, x reference the Woolich logs with it
the gauge will be serial connection to the ZT3 but the woolich connection may not (i sort of think it is due to the cable used) but it doesnt hurt to check
Many O2 controllers use analog out and there is a chance of a ground offset , my older innovate was 0.5 out even when wired with gnd reference

I have widebands on each bike , EGT too , using standalone ecu makes this so much easier , all on canbus or internal Lambda.
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When you get the gauge, x reference the Woolich logs with it
the gauge will be serial connection to the ZT3 but the woolich connection may not (i sort of think it is due to the cable used) but it doesnt hurt to check
Many O2 controllers use analog out and there is a chance of a ground offset , my older innovate was 0.5 out even when wired with gnd reference

I have widebands on each bike , EGT too , using standalone ecu makes this so much easier , all on canbus or internal Lambda.
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The Woolich connection is a serial connection also, just use a splitter, so far the gauge is reading exactly the same as the logs!
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