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Originally Posted by 911nut View Post
Chris, what did the AFR look like at 6000 rpm?
Flat 12.0:1 on 91-octane.
Flat 11.8:1 on 100-octane. Could have gone leaner, but there's some concerns about the quality and variety of his "race gas" so a little conservative on the fuel, and aggressive on the knock control (pulls a ton of timing and reduces boost).

AEM programmable engine management -- injection + ignition + boost + Lambda + knock. So really, AFR is whatever I want it to be.

In this case we modified the existing 964 DME harness, which was fortunately in really good condition, and ran a dozen or so additional wires for additional functions. But given the condition of most electrical harnesses after 16-21 years, and the number of hours it took to convert the stock harness, it is usually better to build a whole new engine harness.
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