There is a table under one of the tabs above the big window to setup the WB parameters (not in front of my laptop rn so I cannot recall which one), starting on the left will be 0V and on the rt will be 5v, then highlight and interpolate to fill in the gaps between. 0v = 9AFR 5v = 19 AFR also interpolate to fill the gaps, then hit enter on the PC to send to the ECU. WB gauge should work after that, took me several tries to get mine working properly but once I did it works great. I have the V9.1 ECU on mine (heavily modded HC 125cc, no BBK), the older program is very similar.View attachment 90263
I have a WB controller and gauge connected into the ECU. Pic of ECU attached. I did right click on the gauge in the programme and ensure wideband was selected.
It runs rough as a very rough thing and I cannot get it to idle at all.
The programme and the fuel controller seem to always show AFR around 10.1. So I stuck with just one map and started editing just one area, up to 25% tps and up to around 5k revs, to see what the results would be. I cannot get the AFR anywhere near 14 and it stays in the range of 10-11 even when I zeroed the values in the INJ VE [Tps] tab and even that didn't make that much difference.
The maps I have tried are hobbycaptain's b17 and b20 as well as several from the Yuminashi site:
2016+Dyno+MSX+164CC+IAT+Enabled+Yuminashi .... racing and touring (look identical to me)
Programme I am using is named STANDALONE TUNER 2015_v8_9. The "about" in the programme says 2014 A.P.I. TECH STANDALONE TUNER v2015