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    Zeitronix Zt-2 & LCD Display

    Has anybody ever had any experience with the Zeitronix Zt-2 & LCD display wideband system.

    I going to be fitting a wideband gauge over the next few weeks and was going to fit the INNOVATE MTX-L. When looking at the Zeitronix Zt-2 it looks like it will do the O2 monitoring but also you can monitor other things at the same time like boost,EGT, fuel pressure and other things which you can custom to your needs and it is all in one small LCD display.

    Has anybody used this before and if so how did you get on and did it work ok for our applications?

    http://www.zeitronix.com/Products/zt2/zt2.shtml


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    Think dnielsen is about to install their kit. Looked awesome.

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    That looks bad ass.... How much do they run?

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    I will be changing the gauge from the ZR2 to the LCD this weekend. The ZR2 sucks in ANY sunlight. The LCD is the way to go but needs some sort of protection for the thin screen and from water. Check out the mounting system I came up with. I had to cut the end off the cord but its a simple 4-wire RJ45 connection, all is needed is a crimping tool and new end. The rubber peice in the bottom is a commercial door mute with a small hole in it for the wire to pass through. I was gonna wait till this weekend after I changed the gauge to post up pics but here is where I am at so far.
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    That system had awesome reviews for anyone viewing and very reasonably priced! Lookin good bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    That system had awesome reviews for anyone viewing and very reasonably priced! Lookin good bro!
    The data logging software is unreal!

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    I have ordered mine today and will be working out how to mount later this week when it arrives with some luck.

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    The dataloging software can be downloaded for free on their site for anyone wanting to veiw how simple it works and its capabilities. This thing perfectly compliments the Rude controler for tuning needs. The Zeitronix controler comes with a single wire lead that hooks to a Zietronix warning module (purchased seperately) that not only gives you a visual alert but allows you to hook to a relay (NO or NC). The circuit is software configurable that allows you to control the relay based on a given variable. For instance you can set it to open or close the relay if the AFRs go higher than 11.9 at say 8550 RPM. You can set the duration of the relay to open between 0-120 seconds. You can set as many variable as you want, say if the EGTs rise above 1500 or so. The point of having this is the ability to be able to either kill the engine (0-120 seconds), send an audible alarm, and etc (make the ski fool proof). Any device that is monitored can be used for a variable condition, AFRs, RPMs, EGT, FP, MAP, MAT, Water Temps, and etc. All can be monitored at the same time and conditions for relay open or close to activate. The mapping software displays all the above on one screen if installed correctly and is easilly read due to the display. FF or RW at a slide of the mouse. The LCD is easily read in direct sunlight.

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    Does the logging need a computer hooked up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_man_luke View Post
    Does the logging need a computer hooked up?
    Yes, better have a good laptop!

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