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Re: [T3] haltech exhaust analyzer

<x-flowed>Ok, I see..I read the entry in the Berg catalogue
more carefully--he merely says he uses the analyzer
in programming
the Haltech, not that they are in communication
I am almost sure I'll be at the Parma gathering.
I will bring the analyzer and hopefully I can
get a portable tailpipe mounter built by then.

By the way, what does "closed loop" mean?

Jim Rustad
Kennewick WA
71 FI Square
76 Bus

>From: "Tom Hansen" <DrSoWatt@worldnet.att.net>
>To: "T3 List" <type3@vwtype3.org>
>Subject: Re: [T3] haltech exhaust analyzer
>Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 19:38:02 -0800
>I have a Haltech O2 analyzer and a Haltech EFI set-up. The two do not
>communicate with one another. My F9A has its own O2 sensor and can run
>closed loop to whatever parameters I set it up for. The stand alone 
>is very useful for tuning once you understand the scale and what makes your
>car run correctly., Its NOT 14.7!
>I use it as a tuning aid mainly on our drag car, its nice to know when
>warming up the tyres in the water box what the AF ratio is. Max power for
>our little acvws is usually around 12.7, stockers maybe 13.1. I also use it
>when tuning a new aftermarket EFI system even if they have an O2 sensor.
>It's my standard gauge and I know what "it likes".

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