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I was just curious how many people on here have been logging wideband data on their old Mustangs? I've been doing this for about a year now with some pretty good success but there's not much discussion about it.

What are you using? How has it effected driveability and power?

My current setup is a Bosch sensor into a Zeitronix wideband controller. I have a Zeitronix LCD near the radio to have a constant eye on the AFR. I also wired this into my DL1 for logging while on the track. The DL1 is also recording (in addition to the standard GPS and lat/long accel) a GM MAP sensor for engine vacuum and RPM from the MSD box.

Zeitronix Link: http://www.zeitronix.com/Products/zt2/zt2.htm
DL1 Link: http://www.race-technology.com/dl1_8_936.html

Over the winter I'm planning on wiring up throttle position and oil pressure.

The MAP sensor has let me take a look at power valves and vacuum secondary operation. I've recently switched to a 650 DP (huge improvement!) so now throttle position is becoming more important.

If others are interested in comparing notes then I can pull some screenshots from the data logs.
 

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I don't log it, but I welded in a bung fitting and plug, so i can use my friends wideband sensor to tune the carburetor. Unfortunatly, i dont have many jets and need a secondary metering plate to fix my rich WOT, without further leaning out my slightly lean 15:1 cruise
 

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I am using an Innovate LC1 with a Accel Gen 7 DFI on my 5.4 Supercharged Ellie (67 Fastback). The Gen 7 can log various inputs (48 total, I think) but actually I have only used it a couple of times since I had the car tuned.
 
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