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14 Point 7

Postby CanadianDuster » Tue Aug 09, 2016 12:48 pm

I am using a Spartan 2 WB O2 sensor/controller from 14Point7 with my MS2 v3.57. With the old version of TS3 I input a custom WB controller settings as per the feedback from the sensor on power up. Now with TS Ultra 14point7 is listed in the drop down menu. When I choose that from the custom menu in calibrate AFR, I no longer can input the custom settings. I feel that inputting the custom settings using the feed back numbers as more accurate. What is your recommendation?
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Re: 14 Point 7

Postby LT401Vette » Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:52 pm

If you want to input your own values, then "Custom Linear WB' is still in the drop down. That will let you use your own values.

If you are just using the values that 14 Point 7 gave you, you might as well use the 14 Point 7 selection... Unless you were using tweaked values for some reason, then select Custom Linear WB
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Re: 14 Point 7

Postby Six_Shooter » Fri Aug 19, 2016 10:40 am

I have noticed that using my 14point7 WBO2 (SLC-DIY1), that the values shown in TS are slightly leaner than what is shown on the SLC_DIY's display. Is the only way to adjust for this by using the custom linear WBO2 selection? I was using custom linear WBO2 previously. Would it be difficult to integrate some sort of offset ability for the WBO2 section? It seems that for the most part the offset is linear and could be easily corrected by allowing for some offset adjustment from within TS.
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Re: 14 Point 7

Postby benckj » Fri Aug 19, 2016 2:24 pm

I found the same issue using an Innovate - Bosch sensor. Had to use custom WB setting and tweek lower value to get data in TS to agree with gauge and Tuners O2. By tweeking one setting it is not a linear shift as would need to do both lower and upper values for straight offset.

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Re: 14 Point 7

Postby JohnJL » Sat May 13, 2017 1:30 pm

It would be cool if, when 14point7 controller is chosen that TunerStudio then ran the sequencer code natively.
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Re: 14 Point 7

Postby LT401Vette » Mon May 15, 2017 6:02 am

JohnJL wrote:It would be cool if, when 14point7 controller is chosen that TunerStudio then ran the sequencer code natively.


It isn't TS that you would want to do this differently. You need the MS to do that so it uses any improved values when TS isn't hooked up and then reports that value to TS.

That is a significant architectural change though.
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