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mjf6866

Diablo Intune Thoughts And Wideband Question

So I'm currently using the dinosaur that is the predator on my challenger and I'm about ready to install SRT shortys/mids/3" MBRB cat back. I'm gonna have OST mike do my tune but I have no way of reading a wideband sensor with my current tool. The predator has been ok for the basic data logging I've been doing.

 

Is it worth getting an intune and installing a wideband in the mid pipe while I have the pipes off the car or should I just install the exhaust and drive up to mike and have him throw it on his dyno to tune. Only problem is getting dyno time as he is very busy and about an hour away from me and I don't want to schedule a time only to have shitty weather hit and then me cancel on him and screwing him out of time that he could have been doing someone else's car (yes, my car is basically a garage queen and has yet to see rain in the 5 and a half years I've owned it :) )

 

I will admit I am anal and mental when it comes to this car. I can't help it.

 

Thanks :)

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Simple... Ask Mike. He probably has a probe that goes into the tailpipe that connects to the dyno/data system. 

No, I never use a tailpipe probe. I need a reading closer to the engine :)

 

Matt, just buy the Trinity/LC2 package I have and you will be golden to email tune. Otherwise just skip the wideband and I'll get you tuned on the dyno when I have an opening.

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No, I never use a tailpipe probe. I need a reading closer to the engine :)

 

Matt, just buy the Trinity/LC2 package I have and you will be golden to email tune. Otherwise just skip the wideband and I'll get you tuned on the dyno when I have an opening.

 

thanks mike, i just sent you an email too....sorry to be a pain!

 

i appreciate the quick response :)

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