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Thread: Tutorial: FlashScan V2 Serial Wideband Logging

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    Default Tutorial: FlashScan V2 Serial Wideband Logging

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    If you get an error while trying to drag and drop files, try formatting the file system

    If the WB PID's are X'd out in the scan tool, you will need to validate PID's while connected to the vehicle.

    An updated tutorial will be posted in the next few days with these items in context.

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    Can you tell me where the option.ini file is???

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclerage View Post
    Can you tell me where the option.ini file is???
    C:\Program Files\EFILive\V8.1\Programs

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    Hi all,,,
    in the PDF file it says Innovative Motorsports Dual Channel LM-2 I got the single CH' would it work?? thnx

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.O.A View Post
    Hi all,,,
    in the PDF file it says Innovative Motorsports Dual Channel LM-2 I got the single CH' would it work?? thnx
    Yes but i will double check for you



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    What are the pros and cons of hooking up the wideband through serial vs analog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryans1000 View Post
    What are the pros and cons of hooking up the wideband through serial vs analog?

    I used Innovate LC-1's and it was a breeze using serial connection. It's just plug and play. You'll need to either make a cable or get one from TAQuickness. Well worth it IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MyM8V8 View Post
    I used Innovate LC-1's and it was a breeze using serial connection. It's just plug and play. You'll need to either make a cable or get one from TAQuickness. Well worth it IMHO.

    So your saying the benefit of serial over analog is its quicker to install?

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