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· Now Hemiplus
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I received my Dynojet Wideband Commander yesterday and since I’m on vacation I started to install it almost right away. I had a little interruption when I had to go out and get an in-line fuse holder and came home with a new tv but today I got back on track and I finished most of the install. I have the rpm pickup tapped in and working. I have a lighted start/stop recording switch wired in. I’d still like to hook up to the throttle position sensor and be able to log that (not sure how to do that). I got an old laptop out and fired up the software. I ordered a new battery for the laptop since the thing has a new purpose in life now. The data logging is working and I was even able to export the files. I’ll try and attach a sample of one of my runs in another post.
I have nothing but good things to say about this thing so far. I (along with most everyone else) am really hoping that Diablo or SCT get there custom tuners up and running so I can start really diving into the engine with some heads and cam. With this thing I should be one step closer to those custom tunes.
What else would be helpful to log? I have another channel or two that can capture 0-5v.
 

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This is one of three runs I went out and did to test the recording feature (this one being the longest). Numbers are kind of scary depending on what you’re looking at. First gear AFR is 14.7 until 4500 rpm and then 13.0 through the gears. Shift points are not what I expected to see.

Time RPM AFR W R
0.000 677 15.3 0 0
0.100 689 15.3 0 0
0.200 689 15.3 0 0
0.300 722 15.2 0 0
0.400 851 14.9 0 0
0.500 937 14.8 0 0
0.600 1161 14.7 0 0
0.700 1313 14.7 0 0
0.800 1661 14.7 0 0
0.900 1763 14.6 0 0
1.000 1873 14.6 0 0
1.100 1923 14.6 0 0
1.200 1938 14.6 0 0
1.300 1953 14.7 0 0
1.400 1964 14.8 0 0
1.500 1971 14.8 0 0
1.600 1988 14.7 0 0
1.700 2008 14.7 0 0
1.800 2018 14.8 0 0
1.900 2035 14.8 0 0
2.000 2053 14.8 0 0
2.100 2071 14.7 0 0
2.200 2084 14.7 0 0
2.300 2113 14.8 0 0
2.400 2149 14.8 0 0
2.500 2193 14.8 0 0
2.600 2244 14.8 0 0
2.700 2297 14.8 0 0
2.800 2349 14.8 0 0
2.900 2398 14.8 0 0
3.000 2443 14.8 0 0
3.100 2492 14.7 0 0
3.200 2541 14.7 0 0
3.300 2615 14.7 0 0
3.400 2661 14.7 0 0
3.500 2714 14.7 0 0
3.600 2804 14.7 0 0
3.700 2870 14.7 0 0
3.800 2963 14.7 0 0
3.900 3033 14.8 0 0
4.000 3164 14.7 0 0
4.100 3300 14.7 0 0
4.200 3418 14.8 0 0
4.300 3519 14.7 0 0
4.400 3625 14.7 0 0
4.500 3715 14.7 0 0
4.600 3850 14.7 0 0
4.700 3946 14.7 0 0
4.800 4047 14.7 0 0
4.900 4157 14.7 0 0
5.000 4250 14.7 0 0
5.100 4349 14.7 0 0
5.200 4482 14.6 0 0
5.300 4593 14.4 0 0
5.400 4688 14.3 0 0
5.500 4784 14.1 0 0
5.600 4891 13.9 0 0
5.700 4995 13.7 0 0
5.800 5092 13.5 0 0
5.900 5221 13.3 0 0
6.000 5312 13.2 0 0
6.100 5424 13.2 0 0
6.200 5512 13.1 0 0
6.300 5597 13.0 0 0
6.400 5682 13.0 0 0
6.500 5773 13.0 0 0
6.600 5855 12.9 0 0
6.700 5812 12.9 0 0
6.800 5469 12.9 0 0
6.900 4948 12.9 0 0
7.000 4441 13.0 0 0
7.100 4069 13.0 0 0
7.200 3907 13.0 0 0
7.300 3942 13.0 0 0
7.400 3972 13.0 0 0
7.500 4024 13.0 0 0
7.600 4056 13.0 0 0
7.700 4079 13.0 0 0
7.800 4112 12.9 0 0
7.900 4148 12.9 0 0
8.000 4180 12.9 0 0
8.100 4210 13.0 0 0
8.200 4244 13.0 0 0
8.300 4278 13.0 0 0
8.400 4307 13.0 0 0
8.500 4336 13.0 0 0
8.600 4370 13.0 0 0
8.700 4404 13.0 0 0
8.800 4441 13.0 0 0
8.900 4471 13.1 0 0
9.000 4497 13.1 0 0
9.100 4534 13.1 0 0
9.200 4568 13.0 0 0
9.300 4597 13.1 0 0
9.400 4633 13.1 0 0
9.500 4662 13.1 0 0
9.600 4693 13.1 0 0
9.700 4718 13.1 0 0
9.800 4751 13.1 0 0
9.900 4784 13.1 0 0
10.000 4826 13.0 0 0
10.100 4861 13.0 0 0
10.200 4889 13.0 0 0
10.300 4916 13.0 0 0
10.400 4947 13.0 0 0
10.500 4980 13.0 0 0
10.600 5015 13.0 0 0
10.700 5043 13.0 0 0
10.800 5080 13.0 0 0
10.900 5111 13.0 0 0
11.000 5142 13.0 0 0
11.100 5183 13.0 0 0
11.200 5207 13.0 0 0
11.300 5238 13.0 0 0
11.400 5285 13.0 0 0
11.500 5315 12.9 0 0
11.600 5338 12.9 0 0
11.700 5382 12.9 0 0
11.800 5420 12.9 0 0
11.900 5435 12.9 0 0
12.000 5504 12.9 0 0
12.100 5575 13.0 0 0
12.200 5508 13.2 0 0
12.300 5445 13.4 0 0
12.400 5401 13.5 0 0
12.500 5212 13.6 0 0
12.600 4694 13.7 0 0
12.700 4187 13.7 0 0
12.800 3667 13.8 0 0
12.900 3408 13.7 0 0
13.000 3195 13.6 0 0
13.100 3152 13.5 0 0
13.200 3163 13.3 0 0
13.300 3168 13.2 0 0
13.400 3162 13.2 0 0
13.500 3133 13.2 0 0
13.600 3080 13.2 0 0
13.700 2918 13.2 0 0
13.800 2752 13.2 0 0
13.900 2580 13.2 0 0
14.000 2451 13.2 0 0
14.100 2404 13.2 0 0
14.200 2342 13.2 0 0
14.300 2323 13.1 0 0
14.400 2313 13.0 0 0
14.500 2299 12.9 0 0
14.600 2284 12.9 0 0
 

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Not that anybody cares but I went out to pick up an in-line fuse holder and ended up dropping a big-azz dime on this new Samsung LT-T4071F for the bedroom. 1080P, 120Hz, blah, blah, blah…
 

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That wideband is kick ass. :rck: Nice TV, I gots me a 32" lcd for the bedroom. :tup:

KB
 

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adamsredlines said:
Man I wish the white face gauges came with the silver bezel, looks good man!!!
FYI - MRK sells guage bezel covers that fit most guages. So you could just buy a silver one if you wanted. :tup:

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That is really nice.

I was just looking at the RPM's vs. Time. Look how long it takes to complete the 1-2 shift.

What is a good price for something like that, and where would I get it?

Joey
 

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Well, after looking again its only a little over half a second. Do you have a Transgo?
 

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DodgeHemi345 said:
Well, after looking again its only a little over half a second. Do you have a Transgo?
I did three more runs this evening and I don't like the shifts on those either. I'm running the transgo without the resistor right now. After looking at this data logs I think I'm going to go ahead and install the resistor now.
 

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Where did you Guys hook up the rpm signal? I assume based on the manual you only have to connect the "orange" wire does the orange-white stay unconnected? Went to the "ground wire" on a coil. I do not get a rpm reading.
 

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HEMI450HP said:
Same here. I tried the coil pack wire first but it did not work. The injector wire works great!!
Have you hooked up the switched data logging switch yet?
 

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Have you hooked up the switched data logging switch yet?
Not yet. I keep my laptop with me when I am doing any kind of tuning, so I have not had a need for the switch yet. I am going to swap some gauges around soon, so I planned to add the switch when I do that.
 

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HEMI450HP said:
Not yet. I keep my laptop with me when I am doing any kind of tuning, so I have not had a need for the switch yet. I am going to swap some gauges around soon, so I planned to add the switch when I do that.

360Plus told me how to run the switch and even if you have a laptop in the truck...running the switch is so much better (user friendly). You don't have to worry about messing with the laptop when you doing data logging runs and it so much easier! I less thing to mess with when you haulin azz!
 

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Wasinger12 said:
360Plus told me how to run the switch and even if you have a laptop in the truck...running the switch is so much better (user friendly). You don't have to worry about messing with the laptop when you doing data logging runs and it so much easier! I less thing to mess with when you haulin azz!
And more importantly it takes more data points. The speed of the data logging is limited more when hooked up to the computer. The internal memory can log the data faster. There's the word Matt was looking for. It's "faster" Matt. 10-1 says Matt hooks up the switch now.
 
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