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Old 05-31-2022, 11:53 PM   #1
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Changing flex fuel kits

I currently have a Delicious tuning mk1 Flex fuel kit on my 2013 BRZ and it is tuned by them on ECUTek.

I'm look at changing to the PTuning flex fuel kit so that I can have a physical display in the car with the ethenol %. I saw that their kit supports both 0-5v reading as well as 0.0-4.5V reading. If I match the range the Delicious Tuning kit reads, am I correct in believing that I will not need my tune changed?

Also, can anyone confirm what range the Delicious Tuning kit reads at? Both kits use the rear O2 sensor and I think the DT kit reads 0.5-4.5V but I can't find a confirmation.
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I currently have a Delicious tuning mk1 Flex fuel kit on my 2013 BRZ and it is tuned by them on ECUTek.

I'm look at changing to the PTuning flex fuel kit so that I can have a physical display in the car with the ethenol %. I saw that their kit supports both 0-5v reading as well as 0.0-4.5V reading. If I match the range the Delicious Tuning kit reads, am I correct in believing that I will not need my tune changed?

Also, can anyone confirm what range the Delicious Tuning kit reads at? Both kits use the rear O2 sensor and I think the DT kit reads 0.5-4.5V but I can't find a confirmation.

yes if you match the voltage ranges you can swap kits


unfortunalt some early deliceous kits were 0-5 and then at some point they changed to0.5-4.5 v range
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