03-30-2011, 12:52 AM #1
Innovate AFR Gauge with LM-2 Cable ... how to install?
Hi ... Just got an Innovate AFR Gauge with an LM-2 Sensor Cable ... i couldn't find the installation instructions in the box ... I thought the kit will include LC-1??? Will LM-2 work as good as LC-1 on my FZR???
and how to install it? i never work with cables before so i have no clue ...
03-30-2011, 08:40 AM #2
If you want the LC-1 you will have to buy that Guage seperately. But u could still hold the LM-2 in your hand and log AFR's or put it in the glove compartment somewhere.
03-30-2011, 09:25 AM #3
I ordered the kit ... Was expecting the LC-1, but I found the LM-2 in the box with the gauge, sensor and the PC connection ...
03-30-2011, 07:53 PM #4
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03-30-2011, 11:02 PM #5
I am so confused now ... both talking about glove box!!! I am not going to install the gauge permenantly ... my question is:
WHERE & HOW TO CONNECT THE LM-2????
03-30-2011, 11:17 PM #6
When I was using an LM-2 I used a relay to provide power directly from the battery terminals. I used a switched signal off the ECU harness to trigger the relay. The rest of the setup is on Innovates web site.
I was just running the cable up the side of the gunwall and tape the LM-2 down to the console while testing.
03-31-2011, 12:34 AM #7
I did the follwing, please correct me if am wrong ... (as per Innovate Manual) ...
I connected the Sensor to the LM-2 Cable sensor then the LM-2 Cable to the Gauge ...
now there are 5 wires coming out the Gauge : Red, Yellow, White, Brown and Black
Red will go to 12V source (where do i find a 12V source close to the glove box?) ...
Black & White goes ground source ... easy
Yellow & Brown to be taped out of the way (for data logging and I have OEM ECU) ...
I will be testing this weekend ... will post the results righ after the test ...
04-01-2011, 07:23 AM #8
This cut wire is not close to the glove box but is the switched signal I used (thanks SHOBiz) to turn-on my relay to power-up my LC-1. This wire is located inside the electrical area where the ECU is.
If you are just going to mount it temporarily I don't see why you couldn't go directly off the battery (fused) to power-up your LM-2.
04-01-2011, 09:00 AM #9
If you are just going to mount it temporarily I don't see why you couldn't go directly off the battery (fused) to power-up your LM-2.[/QUOTE]
Not a Yami, but all you need is the two long black cables hooked up to the LM2. Just get a adapter to clip the power cable to the battery. The cable is long enough where ever the battery is in the ski. Just velcro the LM2 to the glovebox cover.
04-01-2011, 10:45 AM #10
I'd be VERY careful to not get the LM2 wet. It is far from waterproof. You probably want to keep it inside of some compartment that keeps dry, imho.
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