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Default Set up a LC-1 wide band in HP tuner

Now that you have your LC-1 connected threw your AC sensor you will need to enter your sensors in HP tuner.

Open your tables and right click on a open area and click insert. Then double click on configure user defined.


Make one called LC-1


And another called AFR Error


Match the settings you see. The only differences will be the amount you add, this will be depend on what you will need to calibrate your wide band readings.

This sets up your two custom PIDs. Also make sure you add Air fuel ratio commanded Lo res and AC pressure.


Now you need to set up your displays.
Open configure Histogram and set up each of these histograms.






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