I'm still waiting for a response from Klaus regarding the unit's problem of being in a more hot location.
Klaus - In case you missed it, I basically asked what the kit would do when it got too hot... throw an error, or just display inconsistently and let you know it's overheated. If it does the former, can you possibly put in a change to do the latter?
I don't see why the unit would just error out considering the users of kits like this are going to be educated enough to understand it's being inconsistent when you inform them of an overheated situation. I just want to make sure that it doesn't just completely error out on me and make itself completely useless unless I feel like welding in yet another bung further down my exhaust. The FJO worked fine, even if it was inconsistent (not that I noticed any problems), no reason another sensor made to work in the same circumstances should be any different.