Tried out my LS1M datalogger/scanner(www.LS1M.com
) on the RL last night. It works!! It scans and logs all computer controlled sensors, reads an clears service engine codes, even has a 0-60 timer that reads off your vehicle speed sensor so is very accurate! I didn't bother trying that yet as it was raining last night.
I did log two 5 minute drives with many WOT blasts, one completely stock, and 1 with the boost bypass "mod" done. Like was said here B4, it did NOTHING.
I logged the following engine parameters:
ECT-engine coolant temp
IAT-intake air temp
IGN-igntion timing(spark advance or retard)
LFT- long term fuel trims(amount of adjustment the computer is making to keep the car [email protected]
O2- O2 sensor voltage(this tellls you if your running rich or [email protected]
RPM- engine speed
TPS-throttle position sensor(tells how far the throttle is open in % or voltage) This is the only thing that doesn't work right due to being programmed for th voltage readings for the LS1 in my Camaro. 88.2% was the WOT reading.
Need to look at the data more later, but it looks like my WOT A/F readings look great!(895-905). The IAT's stay nice an cool(while moving).Like I said, the boost was basically identical(10.1 [email protected]
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) those varied slightly from run to run, most times the boost would top out @11.88PSI.
Will do more with it later, just figured I'd pass on that it works on our cars. I was exited! This could mean that a MAFT(mass air flow translator) would work too, giving you limited control of your A/F ratio. Hmmmm MAFT+smaller pulley=???? Either zoom or boom I guess, something to think about tho.
Sorry to ramble!