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    AFR(Dynotune) Sensor

    For those of you that use AFR monitering systems...Do you...

    1-leave the sensor in will operating the ski ?

    2-disconnect the sensor from the controller while riding ?

    3-or leave the sensor connected to the controller but not mounted in bung ?


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    my have bin in for 2 years in the boat and ski and working good

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    so you mean...you have it in the bung and have left it there the entire time ......thought it was not to be left in when ski is just
    sitting around..?.....have i mis-understood?

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    I put mine in when i ride and take it out when done riding

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLD06RXP View Post
    I put mine in when i ride and take it out when done riding
    I only have sensor in exhaust when checking afr. I put a plug in if not checking afr with Lm-1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    I only have sensor in exhaust when checking afr. I put a plug in if not checking afr with Lm-1.
    Where did you purchase your plug at? The one that came with my LM-2 is rusting.

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    I'm using a LC-1...my question is...when you are done checking afr's...do you still ride with the sesor in or do you plug it...if so do you disconnect the sensor from controller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raventech View Post
    I'm using a LC-1...my question is...when you are done checking afr's...do you still ride with the sesor in or do you plug it...if so do you disconnect the sensor from controller?
    Leave it in and see how long it will last, you might have good luck. If the sensor craps, then get one from autozone with life time waranty. Then just put it in when you are needing to check AFR and then remove it when done. If you leave it in ski it needs to be hooked up to controler (batery) so it will heat up. You dont want to leave sensor in exhaust if not hooked up to power.

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    I permantly mounted my LM2 in the console, used a stud and wing nut with a small hole drilled through the bottom for mounting. Was tight but fit perfectly after drilling two small holes for for the cables. Hooked the power into the fuel pump power so that when the key is placed on the dess post all powers up at same time. The LM2 draws about 1 amp so there was no issues with popping fuses. I leave my sensor in all the time, I never ride without power on the sensor, it will destroy the sensor otherwise.

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