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Old 10-25-2012, 04:54 PM   #320
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Thanks al.

Got the meter. It's a lot more complicated than I thought. Lots of math my eyes glazed over quickly reading the manual. I did succeed in calibrating the o2 sensor, hooking up the tps leads to the meter and calibrating that.

I have the meter hooked to my laptop and when I twist the throttle the tps gauge reads out throttle % and corresponding voltage. I spliced into the harness and made a permanent pigtail with waterproof spade connectors so I can quickly hook it up again. Here you can see I am about 40% throttle or 1.91V. I set the gauge to read 0 when it actually is getting a resting voltage of about 0.49V. Works great.



Need to get the rpms hooked up which should be simple and weld the bung in.

The analog cable has a 14 pin connector which is a little touchy. I was getting frustrated that I wasn't registering voltage on the laptop when I was on the cable. If the analog cable is drooped at all it loses connection. Probably need to return the cable

Looks promising so far!!
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