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Pat, it is most helpful to have an A/F readout to do your adjustments. You need to see specific points and exact numbers.
The LM-1 will give you the ability to track and graph your ratios while also measuring RPM and boost levels. You will be able to address specific areas needing adjustment. The results, as you know, will be optimal fuel mileage, driveability, and power.
You might unplug the RPM switch and try to tune the WUR without it. You can always plug it back in if the threshold range of adjustability is too narrow.
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Old 01-02-2008, 09:55 AM
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