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Originally Posted by JFairman View Post
In the old days we removed the spark plugs and looked at the color. If you know how to do that it's pretty accurate.

To visually read the mixture in each cylinder more accurately at high rpms shut off the motor at high rpms, put it in nuetral and coast to a stop before removing and reading the plugs.
Wouldn't that be hard to do on a turbo car considering you are supposed to let it idle before you shut it of?? f... ... otherwise it sounds like a great way to see what your mixture is doing under hard conditions. I used to do this on my dirt bike.
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