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Hot!10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris)

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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2016/11/01 15:07:40 (permalink)
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Glass was slightly delayed again, but made it to the factory today. Attached pic from factory.
 
Wont post up eta right now, once I have something solid from them will update. Shouldn't be too far off now, the glass and the programing of the logo into the opening ceremony were what was holding up everything.
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2016/12/07 17:16:10 (permalink)
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It’s taken a little longer than expected, but I now have an invoice for the first shipment and making payment tomorrow. Should be looking at delivery just before Christmas.
 
They made a few changes to the firmware and needed to update the manual. The opening and closing ceremony looks awesome with the JRP logo.
 
Will make another post once the first stocks arrive.
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 00:53:26 (permalink)
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Is this still in the pipeline?
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 09:20:44 (permalink)
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Is this still in the pipeline?


Stocks are here and ready to go, been busy working on the website. Was going to make a new thread for them on these forums once I had the website all up and running. But yeah, both the multi gauges and wideband stocks are here and can be bought now, but until I have the website done have to email and I can manually invoice for them.

https://www.justraceparts.com.au/

Eric has one running in his sw20, took it to the mr2 track day and has been giving it a good test. Another member is about to throw one into his sw20 as well.
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 09:47:43 (permalink)
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What was the final price on these?
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 11:16:39 (permalink)
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Once the site is launched the multi gauges will retail for between $225-$235 plus shipping, but have been doing some better deals for mr2 people in the meantime to get them out there and into cars.

Multi gauge only for mr2 people $195 + $15 for express post shipping.

Multi gauge plus wideband controller and bosch 4.9 sensor $380 + $20 for express post shipping.
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 12:48:47 (permalink)
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Dave.  Are you in Carina ?  If so would it be convenient to come by and purchase
the Multi gauge and Wideband this afternoon ?
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 14:05:11 (permalink)
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Dave.  Are you in Carina ?  If so would it be convenient to come by and purchase
the Multi gauge and Wideband this afternoon ?


Yep am in Carina, send me a PM with your mobile number and will give you a call when I get home, just out doing some shopping.

Should be home in 2hrs.
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 15:20:50 (permalink)
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G'day Dave, these look great. Just had a couple of quick questions re the wideband sensor. I've got mechanical knowledge but not a great deal with wideband. Does it replace the 02 sensor or go in as additional sensor? Might be easiest to answer that first as some questions will follow from that
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 16:07:45 (permalink)
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G'day Dave, these look great. Just had a couple of quick questions re the wideband sensor. I've got mechanical knowledge but not a great deal with wideband. Does it replace the 02 sensor or go in as additional sensor? Might be easiest to answer that first as some questions will follow from that



It can replace the stock narrowband oxygen sensor yes, as it has a simulated narrowband output that you can connect to your stock ECU’s oxygen sensor line. Only issue I noticed with this is while the wideband says “Simulated Narrowband Output”, this seems to only be to stop the stock ECU from throwing an error code if the stock sensor isn’t connected.
 
I tested the narrowband output from the wideband controller and it seems to be a fixed output, my gauge would only read 14.7 or 15.0 AFR I think it was and it didn’t move from that.
 
Narrowband sensors aren’t great, but they do actually have a small range they read and send back to the ECU, this simulated narrowband output on these wideband controllers would appear to only be to stop the stock ECU throwing error codes once the stock sensor was replaced with the wideband one.
 
If it was me and I was installing the wideband into a car that has a stock narrowband sensor and stock ECU, I would most likely just install the wideband sensor on top of leaving your stock narrowband in.
 
If you have more questions, might be easier to chat over the phone, just PM me your phone number and I can give you a call. ;)
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 19:45:27 (permalink)
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 19:52:04 (permalink)
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Thanks, appreciate it, I can't PM yet, something to do with being a new member/not enough posts or time I assume. That is interesting though, in essence the range wouldn't allow the ECU to make small changes to fuel delivery to ensure the AFR is optimum? In which case by putting a wide band sensor on as well is that only effectively giving you an AFR reading but no real way to use that to adjust ratios?
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/11 20:38:23 (permalink)
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Thanks, appreciate it, I can't PM yet, something to do with being a new member/not enough posts or time I assume. That is interesting though, in essence the range wouldn't allow the ECU to make small changes to fuel delivery to ensure the AFR is optimum? In which case by putting a wide band sensor on as well is that only effectively giving you an AFR reading but no real way to use that to adjust ratios?



If you can’t PM yet and use Facebook messenger, go to the website I linked above and then the contact us page, I have a Facebook messenger app installed on the site, can reach me directly that way and send me your phone number there if you want me to call for a chat. ;)
 
Yeah what narrowband is really used for from my understanding is sorting out optimal fuelling for when a cars stock ECU is using closed loop. This is normally when manifold pressures are in cruise ranges etc. You will have to forgive me as I am a wideband guy, but that’s my basic understanding. Narrowband have, as the name suggests a much more narrow range of detection, but they do still have a range. These wideband controllers output a Narrowband signal stock ECU’s understand, but it’s locked and doesn’t move like a normal narrowband sensor signal would, so really the simulated narrowband output from these wideband controllers that gets sent back to stock ECU’s is just to stop the car going into fault mode and cracking the ****s from not being able to detect the sensor is present and functioning.
 
So yeah, the downside of removing the stock narrowband sensor is you may end up with slightly worse cruising around town fuel economy because the stock ECU is no longer receiving a real narrowband signal to finely adjust fuelling accordingly. But again if it was me, I would most likely just leave the stock narrowband and add the wideband in to keep things simple.
 
Yes, basically there is a couple of uses and reasons for a wideband. The first is just for the readout, on a stock car most wouldn’t need one, but if you have a turbo car even with the stock ECU and you are doing things like upping the boost, you really want to be able to see the AFR’s, as you could go too far with the boost and your stock ECU, injectors, fuel pump may not be able to cope and the car could lean out. This way you can be sure the car is fuelling correctly even with the mods, more boost etc ect.
 
The next use for them is when you have an aftermarket ECU, this is when you can send a wideband output directly into the ECU, this can be used for auto tuning features in the ECU, can be used for closed loop fuel control as well as you having the visual readout to make sure you aren’t about to blow anything up lol.
 
So if you have a stock car with stock ECU, and not doing any mods that could affect fuelling, then a wideband isn’t necessary.
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2017/02/12 09:00:01 (permalink)
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Thanks for that, that clears it up. I'll be in touch
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Re: 10in1 LCD Gauge, Oil & Water Temp, Boost, EGT, Fuel & Oil Pressure (Bris) 2020/11/11 10:35:23 (permalink)
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I have one of these multi gauges I purchased from Dave, never used, ended up going a different direction, if anyone is interested, I have it up for sale.

Located in SA, happy to post.
 


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