AEM Lambda wide-band AFR sensor 30-4110* (How To)

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AEM Lambda wide-band AFR sensor 30-4110* (How To)

Post by e1_ZX-9r » Thu Mar 21, 2019 5:01 am

Why use a Lambda wide-band AFR sensor on a carbureted engine? To have 24/7 AFR readouts from the bike; all conditions, all speeds, all throttle settings, real actual live feedback of what your carburetors are feeding the engine and what’s in the mixture’s result, post combustion. Shops normally on...login to view the rest of this post
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