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I have a ripp supercharger on my 2011 ram 1500..has anyone else had this done on same year..currently my truck runs really rich and they said they are unable to tune it..but my local tuner said they can...I feel like I'm getting the run around..has any had a ripp supercharger tuned successfully by ripp..?
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I've been running a ripp kit since September and at first it was throwing the system too rich code every once in a while so I recorded some data, sent it to them and they came up with a tune and it's been fine ever since. Not sure why yours would be any different...what are they saying is the issue?
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That they cannot correct it with log data cuz it doesn't send them any fuel air data
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You could get a a/f ratio gauge and that would let you take care of the not being able to datalog it. It'll cost you about $200 for one though so you'd have to be willing to spend a little more to be able to figure it out.
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I just don't understand their answer they can't tune it..I was also told by a local tuner that they can get Wat they need through long term adapter and the 02 sensor reading which I can log..so is that possible? Idk who's right. .I'm currently in the process of having it dyno tuned with Diablo cmr..but I just wanted a better answer
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hmmm...if you're getting dyno tuned then they don't really need to datalog it as they are getting the data live...are they saying they can't datalog a/f in closed loop or open loop? wot would be difficult to log as it goes off tables in open loop and you would need to find a way to log a wideband...
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Not sure open loop or closed loop..but the dyno tune I'm getting done local isn't Wat I'm asking I have to get it dyno tuned to correct a problem that ripp should be able to fix..that's what I'm trying to find out if there is PID's that can be logged on the trinity that can show them Wat they need..I'm told 02 sensors can be read through trinity and give them Wat they need
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I think they are referring to reading a wideband sensor through the trinity. But you need to have a wideband sensor to be able to do that. You can go out and buy the gauge and hook it up and then you should be able to log whatever they need you to to be able to fix the problem.
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Ripp needs a wideband sensor installed on your truck to datalog. Install the sensor or let the local guy tune it, these are your 2 choices.
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^^^^^that right there is the simple explanation from someone who knows...
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