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Old 01-02-2006, 02:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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zeitronix zt2

Is anyone using the Zeitronix zt2 Wideband? was just doing some research on it and I heard that it was better than the AEM UEGO. It can also be logged on the Palm an PC.

Need a Vote Zeitronix wideband or AEM UEGO Guage.....
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Zeitronix runs 5 circles around AEM UEGO.
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I'll be hooking up mine real soon here with the PALM logger.
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Spec, why not use EvoScan? It's 100X better than a Palm logger, which I have been using for years since there was no EvoScan...





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I've used the Zeitronix in a friend car and the logging is pretty nice.


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I wouldn't mind seeing some logs from evoscan if you get a chance.



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Will do. I don't have any graphic displays yet, but I do have huge Excel spreadsheets showing me more parameters and more granulation than I could ever hope for. It will be especially awesome when I get my AEM UEGO hooked up and feeding to EvoScan (it has been built to accept it) so that I can see my timing and wideband AFRs in one log side-by-side with RPM and such.





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I'll be going with the Zeitronix real soon myself.
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I have it works great!!
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Spec, why not use EvoScan? It's 100X better than a Palm logger, which I have been using for years since there was no EvoScan...
Is this the evoscan your talking about;
http://www.limitless.co.nz/EvoScan/



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I love my zt2. It reads boost more accurately than my Omori boost gauge too. I have downloaded the logging software, but have logged with it yet (maybe today). The peak-and-hold feature is nice but it always seems like it holds the LOWEST AFR instead of the highest.
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Turbolarry, yes.

Smoggie, you need to spend some more time here. We have a pretty vendor-neutral site where we try to focus on technical issues as opposed to vendor issues. It would be a great place to really talk Evos instead of what we end up doing on EvoM...





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Turbolarry, yes.

Smoggie, you need to spend some more time here. We have a pretty vendor-neutral site where we try to focus on technical issues as opposed to vendor issues. It would be a great place to really talk Evos instead of what we end up doing on EvoM...
Hey Clayton,
I agree. I like this site, it is just sooo small. Sometimes you feel like you are talking to yourself.

To all with Zeitronix Zt2: have any of you heard that they read a tad high on EGTs compared to other exhaust gas temperature sensors?
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