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    FZR AFR Gauze kit advice ?

    Hello guys i have a AEM Wideband O2 UEGO AFR Gauge kitand i have it on with clear nylon bag while riding it's not waterproof. Should i have the gauge constantly plug in to see the AFR or it's just to tune and take it off... I hadn't put a hole in the hull for it yet because i don't know if i need to see the AFR all the time and what are you guys using to make it waterproof ?


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    I use a FAST wideband and remove the gauge and o2 when not tuning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93 View Post
    I use a FAST wideband and remove the gauge and o2 when not tuning.
    Thank you i think i'm just going to do that i hope my afr don't change that much from month to month.

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    i have the aem also and i remove after every use.just tune conservatively to compensate for possibly weather changes and keep an eye on fuel pressure.if your running a big wheel and like running it a bit lean for power i recommend gauge monitoring always.

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    I have a et low boost and everytime i used it. I just put zip tides and then remove after tunning im running high rpms. maybe 8600

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    what kind of speed are you getting now with the low boost ? your stock wheel speeds where a little on the low side.i would just tune 11.8-12.0 on the gauge at that boost and pull it off after use.i would however run a mechanical fuel gauge on the ski and monitor that.if pump starts getting weak or vacuum changes in the motor you will be able to see it through the gauge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hialeahchiko305 View Post
    what kind of speed are you getting now with the low boost ? your stock wheel speeds where a little on the low side.i would just tune 11.8-12.0 on the gauge at that boost and pull it off after use.i would however run a mechanical fuel gauge on the ski and monitor that.if pump starts getting weak or vacuum changes in the motor you will be able to see it through the gauge.
    Yeah those speed were done in ocean and my charger was defective with et low boost at 8300 i was at 79.8 mph in ocean i have to test in fresh water..

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    i used clear silicone on the threads of the bezel and ran a bead around the face plate. put it in a glove box gauge pod from the gh store.

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    I'm mounting mine in a mirror........nifty idea by another member here...........this place is full of cool ideas, and tricks

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