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    Anyone using an Air/Fuel meter on there two stroke?

    Considering getting one, lots of info online ....mostly see them used in snowmobiles, any reason can be used as good tuning tool for two stroke ski?


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    Quote Originally Posted by thetolleyman View Post
    Considering getting one, lots of info online ....mostly see them used in snowmobiles, any reason can be used as good tuning tool for two stroke ski?
    need to put it somewhere it wont get wet or where the exhaust pipe doesnt spit out water. water = dead sensor. a conundrum since they are used in WATERcraft

    EDIT: in gp1200r and 1300r, there is a specific hole for them from the factory, so yes, very good tuning tool. each ski is different and the way you ride them so your temps dont mean as much to another person necessarily. there was a guy on pwctoday.com that used a.... racetech? egt or afr to tune his built 951. perfect afr's and egts got him 0.8 mph and 100 or so rpms on whatever boat it was in.
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    What specific hole are you referring too?

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    big round pipe looking plug with a recessed square head on top of stinger pipe

    R&D used to sell the kit... It may be the same as on the SHO motors

    the sensor wont last on these 2 strokes

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    big round pipe looking plug with a recessed square head on top of stinger pipe

    R&D used to sell the kit... It may be the same as on the SHO motors

    the sensor wont last on these 2 strokes

    Right, don't they become oil fouled pretty quickly.
    EGT tuning is a good way to get things dialed in.

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