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    Data log

    Anyone got a cheap way to data log for vtech


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    Innovative LM2 is the way to go.

    They are already setup to read innovative logs and its a good piece of hardware.

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    how many people are using the LM2? I was getting ready to pull the trigger, then a tuner friend of mine pointed me to their user forum and it seems like alot of people are having trouble with them with little to no support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madmike1 View Post
    how many people are using the LM2? I was getting ready to pull the trigger, then a tuner friend of mine pointed me to their user forum and it seems like alot of people are having trouble with them with little to no support.
    Never had a problem with mine what so ever. However I am getting ready to ditch the system for the CMD Marine system. I actuall have both the Zeitronix system and the LM2 installed since they both use the same O2 sensor. I can swap back and forth in less than two minutes. Both systems read real close if not identical in AFRs.

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    Never had a problem with mine what so ever. However I am getting ready to ditch the system for the CMD Marine system. I actuall have both the Zeitronix system and the LM2 installed since they both use the same O2 sensor. I can swap back and forth in less than two minutes. Both systems read real close if not identical in AFRs.
    Pm me if you want to sell the LM2

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    I may just do that in a week or two when I get the CMD Marine installed and tested if your still interested.

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    sounds good, let me know when you're ready

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnielsen View Post
    Never had a problem with mine what so ever. However I am getting ready to ditch the system for the CMD Marine system. I actuall have both the Zeitronix system and the LM2 installed since they both use the same O2 sensor. I can swap back and forth in less than two minutes. Both systems read real close if not identical in AFRs.
    Nice to know different manufacturers are reading the same AFR. Has been noted before that the innovate gear is a bit off!

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    LM2 from innovate is a very good system with nice features.
    Their program logworks makes it very easy to look at the logs.

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