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Originally Posted by RarlyL8 View Post
I'll vary the RPM and hold it to get a stable reading. The flow will be measured separately and collected for all 6 cylinders at full throttle, which is how fuel distributors are tested after rebuild. The output of the lean cylinders will be greater than that of the rich cylinders, and that % needs to correlate with the AFR variance. This doesn't have to be exact, anything done at all is a plus. I already know which cylinders typically run leaner and that % so have a good starting place. Here is your hint:

Nice lol. I took photographs of the exhaust ports/backs of the valves before I got your headers for that purpose. Haven't done anything with the info yet of course
Old 03-01-2017, 03:06 PM
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