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      09-19-2012, 10:15 AM   #1
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Setting up LC-1 with Procede

HEy guys,
I have an Innovate LC-1 Wideband Controller and I was told that you could feed the LC-1's 0-5v analog output into the Procede's rear o2 sensor input.

So, I know there is a way to hook it up to your Procede harness I just don't know where exactly the rear o2 sensor input would be on the harness.

Any help would be greatly appreciated guys!
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why would you want to incorporate an innovative lc-1? the procede has an o2 modifier included, for passing emissions with catless downpipes. you just need to modify the harness to enable it.

otherwise, not really sure why you would want to use the innovative with the procede.
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why would you want to incorporate an innovative lc-1? the procede has an o2 modifier included, for passing emissions with catless downpipes. you just need to modify the harness to enable it.

otherwise, not really sure why you would want to use the innovative with the procede.
I'm about to get a single T installed and I want to get the best possible o2 reading which would be achieved with the LC-1. I'm not doing it it for emissions, I live in good ol'Florida!
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HEy guys,
I have an Innovate LC-1 Wideband Controller and I was told that you could feed the LC-1's 0-5v analog output into the Procede's rear o2 sensor input.

So, I know there is a way to hook it up to your Procede harness I just don't know where exactly the rear o2 sensor input would be on the harness.

Any help would be greatly appreciated guys!
I was also looking into this with a Dyno tune lean run cut off and was told that the sensors are not compatible to use with a wide band controller. You need to install a totally new 02 sensor with a new bung that outputs 0-5 volts...
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I was also looking into this with a Dyno tune lean run cut off and was told that the sensors are not compatible to use with a wide band controller. You need to install a totally new 02 sensor with a new bung that outputs 0-5 volts...
The controller comes with a new o2 sensor, you just have to weld in a new bung.
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Okay. That's what I meant. Look at my nitrous thread and I think somewhere Shiv told me what pin from the procede harnass is the O2 reading.
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I think FBIS has one of these on his car. There are a couple of others too. I'd search it and send them PMs.
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Hi guys-- ill post up a how to later today once I get behind a computer.
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I think FBIS has one of these on his car. There are a couple of others too. I'd search it and send them PMs.
I have an FJO wideband and it integrates perfectly with the Procede.
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Hi guys-- ill post up a how to later today once I get behind a computer.
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