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    Quote Originally Posted by Davrac View Post
    DashPac saves cutting hole in ski for gauges. To log with the MapX you will want the datalogging kit with the PLX device
    Dashpac is a great solution for most, with a very clean install and as you stated no cutting or drilling. However you will not be able to monitor boost and afr simultaneously, I personally like have being able to monitor everything at once and also have led lights to indicate lean/rich/good preset afr and over boost/underboost with a quick glance. Out of corner of my eye I can see what colour led is illuminated, no matter what anything over 70, you're not monitoring much.

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    Koso X2 uses the Bosch 4.2 and not the 4.9 sensor. Is there a newer, similar unit out there?

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    No boost will not damage a motor, so are you monitoring for overboost?

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    You need a plx unit to log with maptuner x and you need the logging app on the maptuner as well as the map edit function unlocked and you can send logs to Jesus at riva and he does a custom map for you. Or do it yourself with megalogviewer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davrac View Post
    No boost will not damage a motor, so are you monitoring for overboost?
    I am really looking for AFR but would be nice to see my boost levels as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiderider View Post
    Koso X2 uses the Bosch 4.2 and not the 4.9 sensor. Is there a newer, similar unit out there?
    Unfortunately no, but the 4.2 is cheaper to replace

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    Does anyone have an exhaust manifold for sale that is tapped for an O2 sensor which doesn't leak/tested? Thanks

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    So, I am going to build an exhaust manifold with an O2 for tuning purposes. Swap, test, tune and swap back to stock. Found an 09 exhaust, should have plenty of beef/aluminum around the boss area.

    I am installing the AEM X-Series Wideband Air Fuel Ratio Sensor Controller Gauge 30-0300
    Suppose to be one of the best for the money. Anyone used AEM?

    Thank you.

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    Yeah I used one... got wet... stopped working... let dry for a month... sprayed with wd40. Worked.. innovate is all I used with success


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmorningstar_rxp View Post
    Yeah I used one... got wet... stopped working... let dry for a month... sprayed with wd40. Worked.. innovate is all I used with success
    The gauge/controller is easily sealed up with silicone to make it waterproof. It disassembles easily, added silicone on the inner lens edges and same with the back cover and connectors after plugged in. Its pretty well, water tight. Unless you submerge it in 100 meters of water...

    But the accuracy is incredible, can read to the hundreds or tenths if you wish..

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