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Question about O2 Sensor

 Re: Question about O2 Sensor
Excellent! Everything is working as it should and there are no FI codes! I decided to keep the existing bung and O2 sensor and added the new, bigger bung in front of the old one. I left the original O2 in and even kept it connected and just disabled it in the WRTS! Hey presto! All sorted! Bung2.jpg
 
 Re: Question about O2 Sensor
In the Woolich software you have the Advanced setting tab. You will be able to check the box that says disable stock O2 Sensor and write that change to the bikes ECU. It should disable the factory O2 and switch off the CEL your getting. Yes exactly what 1400R suggested, go to advanced settings and disable stock o2 sensor, write the changes to your ECU and the FI light should disappear.
 
 Re: Question about O2 Sensor
In the Woolich software you have the Advanced setting tab. You will be able to check the box that says disable stock O2 Sensor and write that change to the bikes ECU. It should disable the factory O2 and switch off the CEL your getting.
 
 Re: Question about O2 Sensor
Hi Justin You say that "You should disable and remove the stock O2 sensor as this will affect the tuning of your bike in the lower throttle position." I have installed the Zeitronix by welding the bung next to the original bung. I did this in case I wanted to revert back to stock (in case I sell the bike sometime down the road). So i screwed the original O2 sensor in place but did not connect it to the plug. I now have an FI light which I am assuming is from the disconnected original O2 sensor. How do I remove the FI and disable the stock O2 sensor? Thanks in advance!
 
 Re: Question about O2 Sensor
Hi Stephen The Zeitronix Wideband O2 connects directly to the Log Box Pro (Mitsubishi) LBPM via the included RJ12 cable (telephone style connectors). You should disable and remove the stock O2 sensor as this will affect the tuning of your bike in the lower throttle position. Additionally you should block the PAIR valve as this pumps air into the exhaust and causes an artificially lean AFR reading in the exhaust.
 
 Question about O2 Sensor
I just recieved my LBPM, and will install it soon. I'm not sure how the Zeitronix O2 sensor interacts with the ECU and the LBPM. When I install this, do I leave the factory O2 sensor installed, and install the Zeitronix unit as well, or do I remove and disable the factory one somehow? Will it still give me a (not best) result using the factory one until I install the Zeitronix unit? In that case, do I have to rewire the factory O2 sensor to plug in direct to the LBPM? Sorry if these questions are dumb newbie questions. Thank you in advance, Stephen.
 
 
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