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Originally Posted by Overpaid Slacker View Post
I assumed the 02 sensor was not going to be the answer on this vintage of a car, but it's costless to disconnect it and go for a ride...

The Electromotive is running the ignition only; not the fuel. I updated the software/system about 3 years ago to the then-current state of the art software, but the system itself is probably 10 years old(?)

The LM2 would be a nice addition, but it's a bit spendy.

At this point, the mechanic tells me he's dialed the judder out at cruise, it's only a WOT that there's a pause transitioning through 4000 rpm.

OK, I assumed you had EFI if you have Electramotive TEC-3 in your car.

If your is a 1979 model and is running the origonal CIS injection it still has no oxygen sensor.
The lambda system with O2 sensor did not show up on a 930 until the 1986 USA models came out.

The innovate LC-1 wideband kit is less expensive than the LM-2 and just as accurate with AFR readings. Buying and installing one yourself is ALOT less expensive than paying someone else to figure it out or do multiple dyno runs.
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