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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-23-2011, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Had a local indie shop do a couple of quick dyno pulls mostly to check my autotune settings, so here it is. I am doing a little adjusting to correct that little dip at 3000 to 3500.
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Looks like a good run...

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RC, the dyno notes shows a "pro-pipe" in the description, are you running a V&H ProPipe? I have a PCV, ProPipe and Ness STG II A/C, and looking to add the AutoTune. I am interested in your setup and results. The dyno sheet looks great.

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Yes I am running a V&H Pro-pipe (chrome), V&H airfilter PCV with autotune and Andrews 54 cams.


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I hope your tuner is correcting the really really really lean afrs. That is one of the worst ones Ive ever seen. But maybe it has already corrected it. Be careful.
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What is the correct AFR for an air-cooled, gasoline combustion engine?

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Yes I am running a V&H Pro-pipe (chrome), V&H airfilter PCV with autotune and Andrews 54 cams.
Nice, I'd like to do a cam and the AutoTune, in the near future. Although, I've been saying that for awhile.

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What is the correct AFR for an air-cooled, gasoline combustion engine?
I belive it is 13.6 If you look at your bottom chart, your A/F line should be right on top of the dotted line


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Under full throttle it should be 13.2 to 1 for best power. At part throttle cruise for best economy, around 14 to 14.5 to 1. Most tuners I have seen set it at 13.2 to 1 at all throttle openings. You get great power and drivabilty, and maybe 30 MPG.


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