Why do my KAMRFs change?

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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby decipha » Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:47 pm

sounds good
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 4:08 pm

So you think 36in will work?
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby decipha » Sun Sep 15, 2019 4:17 pm

i don't see why it wouldn't I've never had any issues with wideband placement
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 4:33 pm

I am asking about my narrow band. I want to mount the narrow band 36 inches from the turbo. The wideband is already there and that has been there for years with no issues.. i just want to ensure it the narrow band doesn't cool down idling
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby decipha » Sun Sep 15, 2019 4:45 pm

o i c

no i wouldn't want the narrowband that far back for many reasons. Its best for it to be as close to the down pipe as possible.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:06 pm

That is what I needed to know.. Ill put provisions in the downpipe about 12 inches from the outlet and see what happens.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby jsa » Mon Sep 16, 2019 12:13 am

On the Cosworth ford stuck the HEGO in the outlet side of the turbo exhaust housing.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Mon Sep 16, 2019 4:54 am

Thanks, Its really hard to find info about narrow band placement and it seems that narrow band sensors are less sensitive to direct heat than wide band sensors but I havent found concrete evidence of that yet.. I wasnt sure if the placement on a turbo v8 would cause issues if the O2 is too close to the turbo outlet.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby jsa » Mon Sep 16, 2019 5:47 am

Combustion efficiency of the 8 would have some effect on exhaust temp, but still both engine EGT's are limited to the maximum of the turbo material.

Also keep in mind that temps drop across the turbine.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Mon Sep 16, 2019 10:41 am

Based on what you both are saying, I will try to move it closer. I decided to do pie cuts instead of mandrel bent piping. Its really hard to find a tight radius mandrel bend in 3.5 inch. I experimented last night and was able to make a 3.5 inch 90 using 5, 18 degree pie cuts and it has a 1 inch inner radius. The existing downpipe has the tightest I could find and its nowhere near that. I was looking at it this morning and I should have a few places I can now fit the sensor. Should I try to place the sensor in direct exhaust flow based on the fluid flow dynamics? My downpipe is pretty bendy
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby decipha » Mon Sep 16, 2019 2:22 pm

read the pre tune info
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Thu Sep 19, 2019 9:56 pm

The downpipe is essentially done other than the recirculation for the wastegate. I am waiting on a couple U bends to show up. I am hoping I will get them tomorrow so I can get that all mocked up and possibly welded up tomorrow. With the way I designed it I can pretty much put an 02 sensor anywhere in the first 12 inches. I was thinking about 4 inches back from the outlet or should I go even closer?
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby PaulC-turbo5.0 » Fri Sep 20, 2019 6:28 am

I dont think you want to go that close I have heard if they are too close they can get damaged from too much heat. I would say right at the 10-12" mark and I would put the wideband and narroband right there. I also remember you mentioning about having both narrowbands mounted still and I would drop down to just the one. Only one is being used for the tune so the other would just be sitting dormant, again not good for the sensor.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Fri Sep 20, 2019 7:47 am

The second sensor is being powered and is active, its just not used by the ECU. The risk is when the o2 sensor is not powered. That will damage the sensor quickly, but that is not what I have going. The second will be placed after the new cat but I will only be using the second narrow band for monitoring, the ECU wont use it.

Also, are you sure you arent talking about wide band sensor? Widebands seem to be much less tolerant to heat than the narrow bands. If you read above both Decipha and JSA talk about placing it as close to the turbo as possible. Apparently factory ford turbo cars have them right after the turbo.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby PaulC-turbo5.0 » Fri Sep 20, 2019 10:09 am

Ok that makes sense for some reason I assumed it wouldnt be hooked up and powered but that seems kind of silly now.

I also think youre correct about me thinking about the wideband and being too close. I have said many times I am far from an expert just trying to offer you another opinion. I cant see how mounting your narrowband at 4" vs 12" would make a difference, I think its just if its too far away and cold is where you can have issues.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Fri Sep 20, 2019 10:14 am

Decipha, Should I use one of the 1 inch extended O2 bungs or should I just use a 1/2 inch regular old bung? I have one of the innovative ones on the way and it will be delivered on Sunday. I have regular ones on hand.

https://www.amazon.com/Innovate-Motorsp ... B001S7PEA0 This is what will be here Sunday
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560WHP and 606TQ 8lbs tapering to 6 91 octane
27degrees total timing.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby decipha » Fri Sep 20, 2019 10:39 am

either will do fine, if you have any chance of burning oil or passing liquid then put an extension on it otherwise should work well
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Fri Sep 20, 2019 12:14 pm

Well its an engine so isnt there always a chance? In all seriousness its a fresh engine, fresh heads, fresh turbo. I think the only oil consumption the engine has is coming out of the breather so I should be ok. Ill go ahead and put it about 4 inches or so from the turbo using a standard bung. IF I have issues in the future I can always extend it.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Tue Sep 24, 2019 11:02 pm

Downpipe is installed along with the wastegate recirculation. USPS dropped the ball and took 4 extra days to deliver my flex joint. Holy crap is the car quiet under boost. I also pulled one of the springs from my wastegate so I can use my boost controller to try and combat the boost spike down low. That seems to have helped. I havent moved the HEGO yet but I plan on doing that tomorrow.
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T5 with an XTD clutch that somehow holds my power
80lb Dekas, Stock lines and rails 340LPH in tank
Minor upgraded T5 with counter gear stiffening plate
76mm On3 turbo, HP hotside, Custom coldside
560WHP and 606TQ 8lbs tapering to 6 91 octane
27degrees total timing.
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Mustang II front suspension -done
C-notched rear frame - done
Luxury ECU using RZASA - have
Fuel injected explorer 302 - have
4r70W -have

Lots of stuff planned including air bags and twin 55mm turbos.

Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby decipha » Wed Sep 25, 2019 7:34 am

why would you want to remove boost spike down low?
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Wed Sep 25, 2019 8:23 am

I removed the spring for better overboost protection and to lower the base max boost. On wastegate pressure the boost spiked as high as 9psi, then fell back down to about 6.5. My wastegate spring pressure setting is correct in my boost controller based on AEMs recommendations. Im trying to get less of a swing so my overboost setting is closer to max boost at redline. I also want to be able to dial the boost back some on the street and with both springs in there, I barely use the boost controller to hit 550 at the rear wheels. .
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560WHP and 606TQ 8lbs tapering to 6 91 octane
27degrees total timing.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby decipha » Wed Sep 25, 2019 2:33 pm

but more boost down low will help out where you need it the most - getting off the line
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Fri Sep 27, 2019 10:17 pm

Got the HEGO installed in the new location and boy does it make a difference. The fuel error tables were way off down low. I can see a clear difference in the voltages being generated by each of the sensors since I left one in the original location. I am pretty confident my issues were all due to HEGO placement. Im hoping to have it dialed in tonight or tomorrow.
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T5 with an XTD clutch that somehow holds my power
80lb Dekas, Stock lines and rails 340LPH in tank
Minor upgraded T5 with counter gear stiffening plate
76mm On3 turbo, HP hotside, Custom coldside
560WHP and 606TQ 8lbs tapering to 6 91 octane
27degrees total timing.
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Mustang II front suspension -done
C-notched rear frame - done
Luxury ECU using RZASA - have
Fuel injected explorer 302 - have
4r70W -have

Lots of stuff planned including air bags and twin 55mm turbos.

Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby decipha » Sat Sep 28, 2019 4:58 am

fuel table is only used in open loop. Its a set and forget type thing on fords.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Sat Sep 28, 2019 5:24 am

Sorry, i used the wrong term.. My fuel error was way off. From 160 to about 400 AD counts I needed to make adjustments. The lower the AD counts the more percentage I needed to change. Down around 160 it was .85 and up around 400 it was .99 or so. After 400 its right about 1. After I made those changes and reset the KAMs the car seemed to be running better in general but that could be the whole placebo effect. I called it quits after the second pass last night. I should have the fuel error dialed in today.

im getting ready to take my car over to the "Last Saturday" car show.
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T5 with an XTD clutch that somehow holds my power
80lb Dekas, Stock lines and rails 340LPH in tank
Minor upgraded T5 with counter gear stiffening plate
76mm On3 turbo, HP hotside, Custom coldside
560WHP and 606TQ 8lbs tapering to 6 91 octane
27degrees total timing.
Vehicle 2 Information: 1957 Ford F100
Mustang II front suspension -done
C-notched rear frame - done
Luxury ECU using RZASA - have
Fuel injected explorer 302 - have
4r70W -have

Lots of stuff planned including air bags and twin 55mm turbos.

Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby PaulC-turbo5.0 » Sat Sep 28, 2019 7:06 am

I am seeing inconsistent errors so I am thinking of moving mine closer to the turbo outlet now as well. I’ve had 2 seasons with my turbo setup but now that I’ve started tuning myself and from all that I’ve already learned on here I have some considerable changes planned for the offseason lol.

Keep us updated on the long term results of the move.
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Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Sat Sep 28, 2019 12:06 pm

Paul, when i drive around, there are a couple things I do to ensure I have a good sample. First, when I stop after driving around to make changes, I stop tunerpro from acquiring any more data. I dont want it skewing the idle ranges in the error table because the sensors get cold while I idle for 5 minutes. I then make the changes, go drive around again to make sure the sensors are back at normal temp again and to allow it to relearn a little, enable acquire data, then I clear the history and get a another sample by driving around. I also verify using the drop down that I have gotten a lot of samples in each cell before making changes. Then I wash, rinse, repeat. Just an FYI, I ended up putting the O2 bung 6 inches from the turbo. If I find i need it closer I can move it if needed but I feel its much better where it is now. I should know more after driving it around this week.
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331 10.2:1 compression, TFS 11r 190 56cc heads
HPX MAF 3.25 OD tube with SaxonPC air straightener
F303 Cam, 1.6 Miller Mid-Lift rockers
T5 with an XTD clutch that somehow holds my power
80lb Dekas, Stock lines and rails 340LPH in tank
Minor upgraded T5 with counter gear stiffening plate
76mm On3 turbo, HP hotside, Custom coldside
560WHP and 606TQ 8lbs tapering to 6 91 octane
27degrees total timing.
Vehicle 2 Information: 1957 Ford F100
Mustang II front suspension -done
C-notched rear frame - done
Luxury ECU using RZASA - have
Fuel injected explorer 302 - have
4r70W -have

Lots of stuff planned including air bags and twin 55mm turbos.

Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Sat Sep 28, 2019 11:01 pm

Well, the fuel corrections are looking good and in general, the car seems to be running better than it ever has. Everything is between 1.005 and 1.035 all the way up to about 600AD counts. Im still seeing the narrow band get cold at idle but its nothing like it was before. If I idle for long periods of time (especially if the fan is on) the corrections move but I am thinking that should be expected based on the fuel write up. I reverted the Forced Closed Loop settings tonight and uploaded the tune. I will be testing tomorrow to see how it drives with the computer back to "normal" settings and verify its hitting the commanded fuel up top. Once I have verified that I will add the timing back into it up top . Thanks for all of the help with this.. Its been quite the journey this year
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Vehicle Information: 1995 Mustang T5 CBAZA/T4M2 Moates QH BE or TpRT
331 10.2:1 compression, TFS 11r 190 56cc heads
HPX MAF 3.25 OD tube with SaxonPC air straightener
F303 Cam, 1.6 Miller Mid-Lift rockers
T5 with an XTD clutch that somehow holds my power
80lb Dekas, Stock lines and rails 340LPH in tank
Minor upgraded T5 with counter gear stiffening plate
76mm On3 turbo, HP hotside, Custom coldside
560WHP and 606TQ 8lbs tapering to 6 91 octane
27degrees total timing.
Vehicle 2 Information: 1957 Ford F100
Mustang II front suspension -done
C-notched rear frame - done
Luxury ECU using RZASA - have
Fuel injected explorer 302 - have
4r70W -have

Lots of stuff planned including air bags and twin 55mm turbos.

Re: Why do my KAMRFs change?

Unread postby dleach1407 » Sun Sep 29, 2019 3:31 pm

Is there some sort of issue with logworks or the innovative mtx-l software and tunerprort? I installed my wideband software on my laptop today so I could update the firmware since I needed to recalibrate and set the analog output back to defaults so it is accurate in tunerprort. Somehow I corrupted my tune and im not exactly sure how. Its back running again and I have the wideband reporting correctly in the dashboard now so its not a big deal but im not sure what I did. Other than that it seems to be running really well and I appear to be hitting the commanded fuel up top now.
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Vehicle Information: 1995 Mustang T5 CBAZA/T4M2 Moates QH BE or TpRT
331 10.2:1 compression, TFS 11r 190 56cc heads
HPX MAF 3.25 OD tube with SaxonPC air straightener
F303 Cam, 1.6 Miller Mid-Lift rockers
T5 with an XTD clutch that somehow holds my power
80lb Dekas, Stock lines and rails 340LPH in tank
Minor upgraded T5 with counter gear stiffening plate
76mm On3 turbo, HP hotside, Custom coldside
560WHP and 606TQ 8lbs tapering to 6 91 octane
27degrees total timing.
Vehicle 2 Information: 1957 Ford F100
Mustang II front suspension -done
C-notched rear frame - done
Luxury ECU using RZASA - have
Fuel injected explorer 302 - have
4r70W -have

Lots of stuff planned including air bags and twin 55mm turbos.

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