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Originally Posted by JBL930 View Post
I'd say on CIS you want to be richer than 12.5 at the red line, i'd aim for 12.0, to be honest i'd probably be happier with 11.8-9 flat out. When you're cruising off boost the you can be far leaner, high 14's even, but as boost comes in you want to rapidly drop into the low 12's and to keep things cool no more than 12 would be my aim. I was high 12's at WOT and put a hole in a piston, live and learn!
When you're running EFI and you can measure the AFR from cylinder to cylinder then 12.5 would be OK at 1.0bar I believe, but your measuring an average over all six with one sensor, I would not be happy taking the risk unless i could verify that i was getting identical flow from each injector and identical AFR on each cylinder
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Better to be safe than sorry.

As Goran said, get the data logging equipment.
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