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Thread: How to log dyno pulls

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    Default How to log dyno pulls

    Going to the dyno for tuning next week.

    I'd like to compare my logged AFR to the dyno's AFR. I know this has been addressed before, but all the old posts before July are gone.


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    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    Rancho Santa Margarita, California

    Default Re: How to log dyno pulls

    Do your dyno AFR sensors read in lambda? If so, you can change your Racepak sensors to read in lambda as well.

    Todd Paton
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    Default Re: How to log dyno pulls

    Yes, I'm already logging AFR with the G2X, how do I get it to log dyno pulls?

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    Davin Guest

    Default Re: How to log dyno pulls

    Factory settings mean the logger will start logging when GPS speed reaches 25mph (from memory).

    Connect up a laptop and change the config to start logging from another signal. ie RPM when it exceeds 1000rpm for example. Even though you may be indoors with no GPS signal or speed it should log as per normal.

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