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TimH
31st August 2011, 20:23
Just set this up on Scoobynet, but happy to combine numbers from here with those on Scoobynet to make the numbers up.

My usual price for a genuine NTK L2H2 (LZA-09-E1) wideband sensor and cable harness (which has the connector pre-fitted for direct connection to the rear of the Syvecs, and a few cable ties thrown in to make installation neater) is as follows (all including VAT and delivery):
</font> 159.99 for 1m length (for downpipe mounted sensors)</font> 164.99 for 2.5m length (for centre pipe mounted sensors)</font>
If 5 people sign up, I will offer a 5% discount, meaning:
</font> 151.99 for 1m</font> 156.74 for 2.5m</font>
If 10 people sign up, I can offer 10%, meaning:
</font> 143.99 for 1m</font> 148.49 for 2.5m</font>
Any more than 10 and I'll see what I can do :D

This is what you get:

http://www.jti.uk.com/wp-content/uploads/L2H2-sensor1-150x150.jpg http://www.jti.uk.com/wp-content/uploads/L2H2-150x150.jpg

Any questions, just ask :D

frayz.
31st August 2011, 20:53
Already have an innovate wideband in my car Tim. I'll be getting my Syvecs soon. Will this do any more than the current setup? Or can I link the innovate one into the Syvecs?

TimH
31st August 2011, 20:58
My understanding is that the Bosch wideband sensors, as used by Innovate, don't work that well with the (current) Syvecs ecu (see here (http://www.syvecs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=269&p=1200&hilit=lsu+4.2#p1200)), so if you want to run a wideband sensor in to the Syvecs you will need a new sensor I'm afraid :(

frayz.
31st August 2011, 21:34
Bugger!

garry@gr
31st August 2011, 21:35
count me in
gazza

Knibby
31st August 2011, 22:13
yes please Tim
1 gazza
2 knibby

TimH
31st August 2011, 23:42
+1 from Scoobynet, so that's 3 so far smile.gif

Ren
31st August 2011, 23:53
Originally posted by frayz.:
Already have an innovate wideband in my car Tim. I'll be getting my Syvecs soon. Will this do any more than the current setup? Or can I link the innovate one into the Syvecs? You can link your Innovate in no problem.

Innovate != Bosch wideband.

Ian w
1st September 2011, 10:38
I'll be needing one too so count me in please. On phone so can't copy an paste list at mo sorry.

TimH
1st September 2011, 10:54
Originally posted by Ren:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by frayz.:
Already have an innovate wideband in my car Tim. I'll be getting my Syvecs soon. Will this do any more than the current setup? Or can I link the innovate one into the Syvecs? You can link your Innovate in no problem.

Innovate != Bosch wideband. </font>[/QUOTE]OK - my mistake; sorry, shouldn't have gone by memory redface.gif

How does the innovate connect to a Syvecs, connector-wise out of interest? Perhaps I could do a connector cable.

TimH
1st September 2011, 11:02
1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5.

Ren
1st September 2011, 12:44
Originally posted by TimH_:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Ren:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by frayz.:
Already have an innovate wideband in my car Tim. I'll be getting my Syvecs soon. Will this do any more than the current setup? Or can I link the innovate one into the Syvecs? You can link your Innovate in no problem.

Innovate != Bosch wideband. </font>[/QUOTE]OK - my mistake; sorry, shouldn't have gone by memory redface.gif

How does the innovate connect to a Syvecs, connector-wise out of interest? Perhaps I could do a connector cable. </font>[/QUOTE]It wires in directly, LC1 is supplied wire ended.

TimH
1st September 2011, 12:45
Thanks - consider me re-educated smile.gif

dunc
1st September 2011, 16:43
No Syvecs yet, but going to need one early next year so may as well get in on this smile.gif

One question (and it may be a silly one) - where is best to place it? Is there one location preffered over the other or does it make no difference?

John Stevenson
1st September 2011, 16:55
Somewhere where it is nice and easy to get at so you can take it out easily. ;)

TimH
1st September 2011, 17:01
My understanding is the that downpipe is best as it measures slightly more accurately. It is also easier to get to should it fail.

My JDM had two sensors: one in the downpipe just behind the turbo, and one in the centre pipe. The Syvecs, by default, used the centre pipe sensor.

I added my wideband in place of the downpipe one, checked all was OK, and then switched the Syvecs over to use that instead.

FWIW, I know some mappers then make use of the centre pipe boss for their own sensor and AFR meter for road mapping, rather than shoving a sensor up the tailpipe.

TimH
1st September 2011, 17:02
1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc

We have 5!

But I will keep this open for a few days yet to see if anyone else wants to join in smile.gif

WUZ
1st September 2011, 20:32
Anywhere Dunc goes, I'll have to go ;)

1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz

TimH
1st September 2011, 20:34
:cool:
And there's another from Scoobynet smile.gif

1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8.

dunc
1st September 2011, 21:34
Seeing as I'm in no hurry I think we should wait till there is more than 10 tongue.gif

TimH
1st September 2011, 21:36
lol...will certainly leave it open for a few more days yet smile.gif

Paul@Zen
1st September 2011, 22:28
There will be more than 10.

Tim, I'll call you tomorrow and we can discuss numbers if that's okay.

Cheers

Paul

TimH
1st September 2011, 22:35
No problem Paul - I look forward to your call smile.gif

stuarted
2nd September 2011, 14:21
1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted

Type22
2nd September 2011, 14:58
1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted
9. Type 22

Paul@Zen
2nd September 2011, 15:07
Sent an email via your website...

TimH
2nd September 2011, 15:15
Not seen it yet Paul - just sent you an email from here smile.gif

trails
2nd September 2011, 17:20
I realise I may well get some flack for this but any idea if these are compatible with erm...Hydra :D

Ian

KelvinSTI
2nd September 2011, 17:34
1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted
9. Type 22
10.Kelvin

TimH
2nd September 2011, 19:48
Originally posted by trails:
I realise I may well get some flack for this but any idea if these are compatible with erm...Hydra :D Researching this at the moment - I think the Hydra can use an L2H2, but not sure of how to connect it: bear with me smile.gif

TimH
2nd September 2011, 20:03
OK...L2H2 is the sensor used by the Hydra Nemesis.

I have the pinout for the ECU so know what pins, but I don't know what the connector is.

The easy option is for me to supply an L2H2 and a cable harness with bare ends for you to connect to your Hydra. But if anyone can help with the connector type the Hydra uses, I can see if I can provide something that will more easily connect.

dave_garrett
3rd September 2011, 11:44
1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted
9. Type 22
10.Kelvin
11. dave_garrett

TimH
3rd September 2011, 12:06
OK - I will leave this open for the weekend and then sort out payment and delivery.

Can participants please state whether they need the 1m or 2.5m cable?

1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted
9. Type 22
10. Kelvin
11. dave_garrett

Type22
3rd September 2011, 12:26
1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted
9. Type 22 (1M)
10. Kelvin
11. dave_garrett

Ian w
3rd September 2011, 14:12
Is the total length from sensor to plug 1m tim?

Im away all next week so if needs be i can sort payment today, pm me details if so.

cheers

Ian

TimH
3rd September 2011, 14:20
Hi Ian.

The cable itself is 1m, then there's another 200mm or so of cable to the sensor itself. Overall, the 1m combination is easily enough to run from a downpipe boss, along the bulkhead, through the passenger footwell rubber bung the the main ECU loom goes through, and then to the back of the Syvecs, without any stress or strain on the cable.

Can take of photo of it installed in my Scoob if you want?

Will PM you payment details smile.gif

Cheers,

Tim.

Ian w
3rd September 2011, 14:38
Pm back fella, thanks.

Ian

TimH
3rd September 2011, 14:41
Received and replied, thanks Ian smile.gif

1. gazza
2. knibby
3. Ian (worbs)............1m (PAID)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted
9. Type 22................1m
10. Kelvin
11. dave_garrett

TimH
3rd September 2011, 18:11
Have had a few PM's from folk wanting to pay now as they're going away.

I will close the GB on Monday, but if you want or need to pay now then that's fine by me smile.gif All sensors/cables will be sent out next week.

Your choice of payment: bank transfer or PayPal as follows.

Bank National Westminster
Account Name JT Innovations Ltd
Sort Code 60-24-77
Account Number 19221495

Paypal: paypal@jti.uk.com

Just a reminder: fully inclusive, delivered within UK price is:
</font> 143.99 for 1m</font> 148.49 for 2.5m</font>

Knibby
3rd September 2011, 19:01
1. gazza
2. knibby 1m please (PAID)
3. Ian (worbs)............1m (PAID)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted
9. Type 22................1m
10. Kelvin
11. dave_garrett

trails
3rd September 2011, 21:36
Originally posted by TimH_:
OK...L2H2 is the sensor used by the Hydra Nemesis.

I have the pinout for the ECU so know what pins, but I don't know what the connector is.

The easy option is for me to supply an L2H2 and a cable harness with bare ends for you to connect to your Hydra. But if anyone can help with the connector type the Hydra uses, I can see if I can provide something that will more easily connect. Thanks Tim, will add my name to the list...if you can help with a connector too that would be much appreciated smile.gif

trails
3rd September 2011, 21:41
1. gazza
2. knibby 1m please (PAID)
3. Ian (worbs)............1m (PAID)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted
9. Type 22................1m
10. Kelvin
11. dave_garrett
12. trails (PAID)

TimH
5th September 2011, 11:22
Hi all. Could the remaining participants please confirm the cable length needed, and make your payments?

Your choice of payment: bank transfer or PayPal as follows.

Bank National Westminster
Account Name JT Innovations Ltd
Sort Code 60-24-77
Account Number 19221495

Paypal: paypal@jti.uk.com

Just a reminder: fully inclusive, delivered within UK price is:

143.99 for 1m
148.49 for 2.5m

And if you've already paid and I've neglected to mark you as such on the list - BIG APOLOGIES as I'm having a bad hair day :s

1. gazza
2. knibby ................(1m PAID)
3. Ian (worbs)............(1m PAID)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted
9. Type 22................(1m PAID)
10. Kelvin
11. dave_garrett

stuarted
5th September 2011, 12:41
1. gazza
2. knibby ................(1m PAID)
3. Ian (worbs)............(1m PAID)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted...............(1m PAID)
9. Type 22................(1m PAID)
10. Kelvin
11. dave_garrett

dunc
5th September 2011, 15:29
1. gazza
2. knibby ................(1m PAID)
3. Ian (worbs)............(1m PAID)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc....................(1m PAID)
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted...............(1m PAID)
9. Type 22................(1m PAID)
10. Kelvin
11. dave_garrett

KelvinSTI
5th September 2011, 16:10
1. gazza
2. knibby ................(1m PAID)
3. Ian (worbs)............(1m PAID)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc....................(1m PAID)
6. Wuz
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted...............(1m PAID)
9. Type 22................(1m PAID)
10. Kelvin................(1m PAID)
11. dave_garrett

TimH
6th September 2011, 23:57
Thanks to all who have paid - will be sending sensors and harnesses out by the end of the week.

Just need to hear from Gazza and Wuz now... smile.gif

WUZ
7th September 2011, 17:57
1. gazza
2. knibby ................(1m PAID)
3. Ian (worbs)............(1m PAID)
4.(from Scoobynet)
5. Dunc....................(1m PAID)
6. Wuz.....................(1m PAID)
7. (from Scoobynet)
8. stuarted...............(1m PAID)
9. Type 22................(1m PAID)
10. Kelvin................(1m PAID)
11. dave_garrett

garry@gr
7th September 2011, 18:26
upps sorry paypal??
pm me plz
gazza

TimH
7th September 2011, 19:14
PM sent smile.gif

Everything's ready to send out tomorrow :D

garry@gr
7th September 2011, 19:38
sorted
gazza

TimH
7th September 2011, 19:41
Originally posted by gazzasti1:
sorted
gazza Yep :D

Everyone has now paid - and my thanks to all for paying promptly :D

Simmie
8th September 2011, 04:11
Is this deal still open?

TimH
8th September 2011, 10:24
Originally posted by Simmie:
Is this deal still open? I can supply 2 more before I run out of connectors, then there's a 2-3 week wait while I get more in so...

...yeah, go on, if you want one at this never-to-be-repeated price ;) then make your payment and I'll post one out to you smile.gif

TimH
8th September 2011, 11:00
I need addresses for you guys please smile.gif

Gazza
Knibby
Dunc
dave_garrett

If you can PM me or email (TimH@JTi.uk.com) everything's ready to send smile.gif

TimH
8th September 2011, 15:29
All posted out, except Gazza, Dunc and dave_garrett: still need your addresses as Paypal decided not to let me know them.

garry@gr
8th September 2011, 17:44
tim pmed u

TimH
8th September 2011, 18:06
Originally posted by gazzasti1:
tim pmed u Thanks - now packaged up and will sent tomorrow smile.gif

Your PM Inbox is full, by the way.

garry@gr
9th September 2011, 20:08
sorry mate thank for heads up

Type22
10th September 2011, 09:34
Received mine this morning Tim.

Thanks again top job.

Ian w
10th September 2011, 22:27
Mine too tim

Many thanks fella.

garry@gr
12th September 2011, 19:21
arrived thanks , now all i gotta do is chop plug off and wire to my s6 gp .
gazza

dunc
12th September 2011, 21:15
Mine arrived today too.

Thanks Tim

TimH
12th September 2011, 21:22
Originally posted by gazzasti1:
arrived thanks , now all i gotta do is chop plug off and wire to my s6 gp .
gazza Could easily have supplied with bare ends lol

garry@gr
13th September 2011, 07:43
very good job on the wiring tim its top notch ,
what wire is what at the sensor ?
gazza

TimH
13th September 2011, 08:26
Originally posted by gazzasti1:
very good job on the wiring tim its top notchThanks smile.gif

Originally posted by gazzasti1:
what wire is what at the sensor ?
gazza The L2H2 wires are:

Black = Cell ground
White = Ion pump current
Grey = Nernst cell voltage
Yellow = Battery 12V
Blue = Heater drive (-ve) from ecu