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    What do these numbers represent

    I noticed when I am idling the RPM numbers stay at 7700, 1520, to 1672 and the numbers on the bottom (KN) go 1857, 4941, to 4951. Are these numbers for each cylinder? They just kind of stood out because they are so different. Also have a brain cramp here. I don't have anything connected to the sensor on the waterbox like with the stock set up. Where is the one that used to be connected to that hooked up to now?
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    those numbers represent knock levels. the bottom row represents the highest knock level each cylinder got to and the number above it is the rpm at which it occured. this way you can go into your map and correct it at the moment when knock occurs. check out this attatchment. it will explain what the display functions are. it is from the old display but it will tell you what is what.

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    oh and the waterbox sensor lead is on your cylinder head. you can put it on the waterbox or the head depending on what you want to moniter. thats why the wire is so long.

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