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    Quote Originally Posted by Tydriver
    Dayang, dont I look like a big dummy !!! Thanks for the heads up.. I appreciate all the information, I already checked with Innovate Motorsports on the sensor before I posted and was surprised it was $79+ shipping.. Hence the reason I didnt just order it online from them.. I was going to crawl under the truck and get the number off the sensor but thats cool.. I never figuired they'd refer you to their competition..

    Thanks again for all the help..
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    I ordered this sensor locally from Napa Automotive, the part is all over the place price wise from the local stores, (Autozone,Napa, Advance Auto etc).. I found it for $45 from my local Napa they have to special order it but beats $80 from Innovate, it was a toss-up dealing with that place you mentioned since the pricing woulda worked out about the same in the end. I just chose to support my local guy instead..

    Thanks again IRA, I appreciate the information.. Anyone wanting to order the Napa Part the BOSCH part # is 17014 and the Napa# is BSH-17014.

    Todd

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    LC-1 is wired in and working perfect..... Well almost perfect it's got the slightest ground offset of 0.03. I've worked this out from changing analogue 2 output to a flat line of 2V at 10:1 and 20:1 AFR. The reading I get from the Flashscan is 1.97V.

    So to get my the calculation for correct Wideband AFR to work perfectly I need to modify the SAE_GENERIC.txt from:
    ({EXT.AD1}*3)+7.35 to
    (({EXT.AD1}+0.03)*3)+7.35

    Does this sound correct? I’ve done the maths in a spreadsheet and calculates spot on

    The LC-1 manual was excellent source of information but if there is a revision can there be a mention to the ground offset please?

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    BSH-17014, from NAPA? Is that a wideband sensor? If so, that's my next purchase, especially for $45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eboggs_jkvl
    BSH-17014, from NAPA? Is that a wideband sensor? If so, that's my next purchase, especially for $45.

    Elmer
    That is for the O2 sensor yes.. You obviously still need the LC1 box from Innovate.

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    OK, fog is coming back in the harbor...

    I need the sensor, AND that gizmo from innovate? Doesn't the sensor simply wire in to my EFILive scanner/programmer interface with the plugs that came with the V7 Flash/Scan Personal kit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eboggs_jkvl
    OK, fog is coming back in the harbor...

    I need the sensor, AND that gizmo from innovate? Doesn't the sensor simply wire in to my EFILive scanner/programmer interface with the plugs that came with the V7 Flash/Scan Personal kit?
    Fog's nothing, how about when core dumps... several times already today...

    The WB sensor plugs into the WB controller module;
    the WB controller module has analog outputs for NB and WB signals.

    the whole thing (WB sensor + WB controller module) is the "LC-1" that comes from Innovate (altho "LC-1" is really the WB controller module).

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    Is a $200 price tag on the LC-1 set w/o display module a good price, or are there any places that have them cheaper than that?

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