MTX-L Install on StangTV's Project 666

November 16, 2016 / by Mark Gearhart

Project 666 is StangTV's 1986 Fox-body Mustang which has recently undergone a number of upgrades. It made a lot of sense to keep a close eye on air/fuel ratios.

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Being able to read a wider range of air fuel ratios as the engine is operating is a vital diagnostic tool. Air/fuel logging is often used for dyno tuning, in order to build ideal fuel maps for engine performance, so having the same kind of capability on board your ride can be a useful addition.

Innovate Motorsports is a leader in the market when it comes to delivering this capability and making it fast, accurate and easy to use. These are easy words for anyone to say, but the fact is that how Innovate obtains its data from the sensor is different from what other companies do. Innovate’s DirectDigital technology results in easier calibration, internal drift compensation, fast response time, as well as sensor feedback that verifies the condition of the sensor itself.

Project 666 is our 1986 5.0 Fox-body Mustang which has recently undergone a number of upgrades, including a new 427ci engine, so it made a lot of sense to keep a close eye on things as we're looking to take this car to a few PSCA races this season.

Topics: TUNING TECH

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Mark Gearhart

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Mark is the Content Marketing Manager for JE Pistons and former magazine editor. Mark has been contributing to the automotive industry since 1995.

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