[TR] O2 Sensor on TR6
jpaynepbr at cox.net
jpaynepbr at cox.net
Fri Jul 17 19:01:44 MDT 2020
Buddy of mine put in an 02 meter in the dash of his TR6 - he is sorting though proper set up of a Holley carb for his supercharger rig.
It's kind of cool actually.
From: Triumphs <triumphs-bounces at autox.team.net> On Behalf Of Paul Tegler
Sent: Friday, July 17, 2020 5:16 PM
To: triumphs at autox.team.net
Subject: Re: [TR] O2 Sensor on TR6
BTDT, well GT6 engine
FIS6 is a fuel injected 6 cyl, but the engine has been moved back 6" and down 2" so it fits under an unmodified (no bulge) Spitfire bonnet.
I have a 'Techedge' wideband meter and O2 sensor in the downpipe hooked up to the ECU that controls the custom port injection FI system.
Personally I've stayed with the Australian based O2 system , (Techedge
WBo2.com) as it does not need periodic re-cal, but do have an Innovative gauge in the dash as it's the closest thing to looking like and old Smiths gauge. The TE units give you multiple outputs, bot h wide and narrow to drive instrumentation and gauges.
A previous GT6 had one of these as well, strictly for tuning and a multitude of experiments leading up to FIS6 construction. The built in logging was the best part for those early tests. so not just in the garage but I could eval everything it did at all loads and rpm ranges.
On 7/17/2020 1:43 PM, Jim Henningsen wrote:
> Anyone have experience with adding O2 sensor on a TR6? I am working
> on installing street comp upgraded motor and have exhaust header going
> into 2
> 1/4 straight pipe with cherry bomb near rear. Will have Triple ZS
> carb setup. While everything is apart seems like a good time to
> install and O2 bung. Just curious if folks who have done this found
> it helpful in tuning carbs. Thanks Jim Henningsen Ocala, FL
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