Yeah. I got that, referring the term o2 sensor in the context of a narrowband.forgive me if im being somewhat mean, but a wideband is an O2 sensor my friend :sheep:
Yea, the hondata hack (er ECU) does allow usage of a wide band, however it requires several mods to the harness that we've got, custom sensor calibration ect, and I'm reluctant to add yet another variable to the mix at this point.Yeah. I got that, referring the term o2 sensor in the context of a narrowband.
I was unsure why butters wanted narrowband into the ecu based on it reads very limited information (only +/- 14.7) vs running the wideband into the ecu and the gauge as I did on my last turbo exige? It seems to give the tuner better capabilitys, but maybe it has something to do with the hondata ecu being a stock style ecu?
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We got the engine bay all buttoned up today! Started in on routing harnesses and wiring up the dash. Ran into some road blocks.
Namely that we cannot upload to the ECU! The software recognizes the ecu is connected, sees that the ignition is on. But when we go to upload a base map, it tells us the upload failed. The relays cycle and everything, but the upload fails. The ecu also blinks red.
Will upload more photos tomorrow.
I removed the K24 & supercharger and now have a built 89x90.7 engine ready for the TVS supercharger. Car is slow without any forced induction (only 100 hp over stock).