06~11 R18A CIVCI wideband input to tune

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06~11 R18A CIVCI wideband input to tune

Post by newpassport » Wed May 20, 2015 1:22 am

Hi
My car is 06 R18A CIVIC,How to input wideband to tune the car and close loop.The manager do not have any setting funtion.Should i wring the sensor just like si?
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Re: 06~11 R18A CIVCI wideband input to tune

Post by Spunkster » Wed May 20, 2015 9:48 am

You cannot use a aftermarket wideband to run in closed loop. The R18 does not allow for an aftermarket wideband input as there are no unused inputs available on the ECU.

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Re: 06~11 R18A CIVCI wideband input to tune

Post by newpassport » Wed May 20, 2015 6:00 pm

how to autotune

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Re: 06~11 R18A CIVCI wideband input to tune

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Re: 06~11 R18A CIVCI wideband input to tune

Post by newpassport » Thu May 21, 2015 8:37 pm

Spunkster wrote:Have you read the information at: http://www.hondata.com/help/flashpro/au ... b=autotune
I can stock o2 sensor to autotune.

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Re: 06~11 R18A CIVCI wideband input to tune

Post by Spunkster » Fri May 22, 2015 12:00 pm

The stock sensor is a wideband and can be used.

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Re: 06~11 R18A CIVCI wideband input to tune

Post by CyberJumper37 » Fri May 22, 2015 7:40 pm

On the R18 you should be able to use the A23 ECU pin as a wideband input for the aftermarket analog output wire, but the Electronic Load Detector (ELD) must be disabled.
http://www.hondata.com/help/flashpro/in ... ectors.htm

From what I understand, the stock oxygen sensor tracks AFRs from about 12.0:1 to 19.0:1? And this range can be shifted to account for richer or leaner values, so an AFR min of 11.5 would have a max of about 18.5 if I'm correct.

So it seems the only use for an aftermarket wideband sensor would be for the gauge itself. If you really need a gauge (and don't want to disable ELD) perhaps you might just use it without the analog output wire.

Of course the next question is where do you place the aftermarket sensor. If it's inserted into the exhaust after the converter it will be less accurate but I guess it's better than nothing. Or you could use the Hondata app (w/ bluetooth) and put your phone on the dash, lol.

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Re: 06~11 R18A CIVCI wideband input to tune

Post by newpassport » Fri May 22, 2015 11:16 pm

CyberJumper37 wrote:On the R18 you should be able to use the A23 ECU pin as a wideband input for the aftermarket analog output wire, but the Electronic Load Detector (ELD) must be disabled.
http://www.hondata.com/help/flashpro/in ... ectors.htm

From what I understand, the stock oxygen sensor tracks AFRs from about 12.0:1 to 19.0:1? And this range can be shifted to account for richer or leaner values, so an AFR min of 11.5 would have a max of about 18.5 if I'm correct.

So it seems the only use for an aftermarket wideband sensor would be for the gauge itself. If you really need a gauge (and don't want to disable ELD) perhaps you might just use it without the analog output wire.

Of course the next question is where do you place the aftermarket sensor. If it's inserted into the exhaust after the converter it will be less accurate but I guess it's better than nothing. Or you could use the Hondata app (w/ bluetooth) and put your phone on the dash, lol.

The problem is no setting function in the fpmanager

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