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I see what you mean. Makes sense.

An LM-1 or similar can be better than the dyno, really. It's sampling under real road conditions, in the real world. Just make sure you follow the directions to the T.

If it runs well and has good drivability in most conditions, you may not wanna screw with it, other than service.

The power numbers from the dyno could be helpful as well though.

Maybe just go to the dyno first, If AFR needs work, then invest in an LM1 if you feel comfortable working with it.
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