I am very happy with my Innovate wide band. I purchased the LM-1 way back when reasonably priced wide band products were just starting to hit the market. I used it first in my Supercharged TOYOTA 4Runner. When I got the STi... I bought the XD-1 gauge (I think the current model is the XD-16) which works with the LM-1.blindfold said:XD-1 = LC-1 plus XD-16 gage? I am looking for a wideband setup and it seems innovate has caught my attention, so if you can share any information, please feel free. Thank you.
Yea, I just added the fuel and lots of boost down low... I want to see what numbers I can turn... If it slows down, I will lean it out and pull timing... you know there are two schools of thought there...crystal_Imprezav said:Your running a little rich their buddy down low Less fuel + a bit less timing and Ill bet your 1/4 mile times on 93 will be so much sweeter. Your car sounds mean, I couldnt take the tickets anymore so I opted to go with the Prodrive axleback. Its a 12.2 sleeper looking for 11's soon, haha. Keep me up to date with the maps. Im getting on the dyno this weekend testing out the AVCS not to mention the c16 and meth
ha ha... I wish they were all like that. At the track, I have to pump the throttle a lot more than that "street" launch but generally the technique is the same:reeksti said:how did u do that launch??
I would say there is a very very little slip... mostly you let off quick. Lets just say this.. When I first got the STi, I would slip it a bit, enough to smell clutch after the pass. I did not like the smell (and associated clutch wear) so I learned to lift more quickly.haroman311 said:are ya slipping the clutch at all or is it just letting off it completely? i just recently purchased my sti and wanna learn to launch, but dont want to suffer the consiquences of breakign an axle like other people. i know its different for a 4wd compared to a front wheel drive car.