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Hello, I have questions about wich link ecu should fit better for s50b32 (euro) stock engine with VANOS DELETED (vac motorsport kit).

I noticed that many link ecu's doesn`t support 3 knock sensors? Is it enough with 2 sensors for this engine?

Wich lambda sensors I should have for better performance and how do I connect them? Need 2 lambda sensors for this engine.

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2 knock sensors is pretty normal for any straight 6 cylinder, and you only need to use 2 lambda sensors if you want to be able to adjust fuel per bank, which I don't think you would need to do on that setup but if you want to its easy enough using 2 of the CAN - Lambda controllers 

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11 minutes ago, Electredge said:

2 knock sensors is pretty normal for any straight 6 cylinder, and you only need to use 2 lambda sensors if you want to be able to adjust fuel per bank, which I don't think you would need to do on that setup but if you want to its easy enough using 2 of the CAN - Lambda controllers 

I also think that with only 1 lambda sensor it should be enough considering that is wideband,  but the way that is designed exhaust system I think is easier and bettter to mount 2 lamda sensors. Thank you for your response.

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Probably the FuryX (one built in wide band controller) plus an extra CAN Lambda would be the most economical option that Link offer.  Otherwise you could go to an XtremeX with a decent 3rd party dual channel CAN lambda such as Motec LTCD (or 2 x Link CAN Lambdas).

Another option would be to put a small "balance pipe" between the two tail pipes with a single wideband fitted in there.

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On 8/1/2020 at 11:24 PM, Adamw said:

Probably the FuryX (one built in wide band controller) plus an extra CAN Lambda would be the most economical option that Link offer.  Otherwise you could go to an XtremeX with a decent 3rd party dual channel CAN lambda such as Motec LTCD (or 2 x Link CAN Lambdas).

Another option would be to put a small "balance pipe" between the two tail pipes with a single wideband fitted in there.

Thank you for advice!

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