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Originally Posted by mark houghton View Post
when no or weak ignition occurs, yes there's all this raw fuel just lying there. But, your AFR sensor is actually reading the oxygen content, so with all that oxygen also sitting there... which would normally be depleted during combustion...it will read as a lean condition on the AFR gauge. That's just my backyard mechanic logic speaking.
That makes sense to me. But, what happens if the unburnt fuel ignites when it hits the hot turbo? What will that do to an AFR reading?

Yep, I worry way too much...
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