I am going to be setting up my lambda very soon and was after some adive.
Its a standard Bosch sensor and I have had a boss welded into the manifold at the downpipe section near the flexi-joint.
I have been looking at the Lambda settings in the DTA software, browsing through sample maps etc etc.
Almost every single map has different set of look-ups for the Air/Fuel ratio against Lambda sensor mVolts.
I have read through countless posts about lambdas and have certainly learnt a fair bit recently but does anyone have any info on the correct set of mVolts that equal the correct set of Ratios for the sensor. I suppose a call to Bosch might work but wouldn't know where to start calling and whether they would offer the info.
Obviously in an ideal world you should tailor the lamdba map for what you intend to use it for, this is a generic map that covers the whole range. With V29 firmware you can limit lambda to idle/light throttle, in which case you could make the map concentrate on the ideal/lean readings
john - i never said it was correct lmao
never bother with the lambda on this personally as i only bang in base maps. i dont think the voltages are correct and i could supply the actual voltages, but i cant say if it will work with dta and wouldnt want to simply put numbers up.