Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Imperial, MO (near St. Louis)
I'm sure you've figured this all out by now, but I'll post up some answers anyway in case this thread pops up in a search for anyone in the future.
1.) You can pick up that cable from other retailers at a lower price. I bought mine on eBay for less than half of what SCT or Lethal wanted for it.
2.) That's one of the downsides to Innovative's stuff. I recently ditched my LC-1 and went to a NGK AFX WBO2 with the NTK sensor (eBay once again had the best deal). I won't be going back to Innovative.
3.) For the +12V switched source, I use fused +12V power from a switch in my interior switch panel. It's just one more switch to turn on before firing the engine whenever the sensor is installed in the exhaust (I only use the WBO2 for tuning, I remove the sensor and plug the exhaust bung when I'm not tuning). The best ground source is the negative battery post. You can usually get by with a good body or engine ground, but you always want to ground your analog ground to the same location (if you're using the analog output for datalogging) to avoid any voltage offset issues.
4.) An exhaust shop, hardware store, or auto parts store should be able to fix you up.
5.) Yes, you can datalog in Livelink using the analog output from your WBO2 through the 9-pin cable. You'll just need to set up the transfer function in Livelink that corresponds to your WBO2.
6.) I'd assume the "out" is the one you want, but I haven't messed with the MTX-L.
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