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    AFR good numbers?

    Hey All. From reading numerous post on ARF readings, some numbers differ slightly then others, are these the numbers to go by?

    Idle to cruise(6000 rpm) 13.5 to 13.9
    WOT (8150 rpm) 11.8 to 12.2

    Make sense??

    Going to do some testing this weekend hopefully. Lakes in northern Ontario CA might finaly be iceless!!!

    Thanks guys


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    that's fine

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    Assuming you are data logging, that is about right. If you are not logging, doing any of this is rather sketchy.

    For example, every time your ski touches the rev limiter a gulp of fresh air heads down the exhaust. That gulp of fresh air will totally mess with your averages as displayed on the gauge.

    Andy

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    It all seems pretty normal and safe looking for you mods. Especially in your cooler climate.

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    Thanks guys. Those mods in my sig are no longer on the boat. Gave her a little more!

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    your clean.... good AFRs.. now give me another 3 weeks then come down and ride haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    Assuming you are data logging, that is about right. If you are not logging, doing any of this is rather sketchy.

    For example, every time your ski touches the rev limiter a gulp of fresh air heads down the exhaust. That gulp of fresh air will totally mess with your averages as displayed on the gauge.

    Andy
    Uh, yeah....About that....If you set your ski up right you wont have to worry about that......

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    yeah im at like 13.2 at idle and around 11.9 at full boost/WOT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boost-A-Holic View Post
    yeah im at like 13.2 at idle and around 11.9 at full boost/WOT
    Im about the same as you..

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    your clean.... good AFRs.. now give me another 3 weeks then come down and ride haha
    Sounds good. Was planning on it! Not 100% done neither but should be in a few weeks too. Let me know when you got her all buttoned up!

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