I've wondered about this too Arided. On a car you can get an A/F gauge that hooks up to the O2 sensor, but on the Warrior there is no O2 sensor I'm aware of. I'd like to be able to measure A/F on my own, not have to go to the dyno. I'd think it would be more real world relevant anyway. That is, monitoring you're A/F while actually on the road, not in a room.
I just did a search to see those gauges you mentioned Penzoil. So I guess you can get a gauge for it. Did you drill into your pipes for the O2 sensor? I'd like a temporary way if possible without drilling my pipes. Do a mod or two, take a ride, adjust as necessary, remove the gauge, and that's it.
I'd like a temporary way if possible without drilling my pipes. Do a mod or two, take a ride, adjust as necessary, remove the gauge, and that's it.
Without drilling, use a dyno shop.
Here you need to inspect your vehicle before pay annual rights. They use the sniffer for emisions. Don't know if that read percentage of a/f or not but before I get there I adjust the PC111 (or ECU)on the lean side and pass without doubt.
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