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    Help reading the spark plugs

    These are my plugs in order cyl. nš 1 to the left and nš 4 to the right. Maybe someone can help me reading the plugs, are they ok or im running a tad lean??

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    THE PLATE MAN JIM'S PERFORMANCE's Avatar
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    1-2-4 look good with that tan color, 3 is a little lean.

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    Where have your AFR's been?

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    Thanks Jim for the response. Lug i dont have an A/F meter thats why i ask. Im running an ET low boost wheel without RRPR on stock inyectors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rologp View Post
    Thanks Jim for the response. Lug i dont have an A/F meter thats why i ask. Im running an ET low boost wheel without RRPR on stock inyectors.
    Rolo,

    What year ski is this? Running the ETLB with an R3 can be right on the edge at times. Most are fine, BUT... Also depends if you have a newer or older flashed ecu, newer is a lil richer. If you have a 2008-2010, I have a R&D Powershot sitting here - I can sell you for cheap.

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    why my friend?
    a good afr meter is 200$ rebuild an engine is 10x200$....
    please install afr meter and check your value.
    maybe today is ok...
    but tomorrow... with a different impeller... or with a different intercooler could disaster happen

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    Quote Originally Posted by rologp View Post
    Thanks Jim for the response. Lug i dont have an A/F meter thats why i ask. Im running an ET low boost wheel without RRPR on stock inyectors.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ale View Post
    why my friend?
    a good afr meter is 200$ rebuild an engine is 10x200$....
    please install afr meter and check your value.
    maybe today is ok...
    but tomorrow... with a different impeller... or with a different intercooler could disaster happen
    Agreed! Someone I know with a B1 wheel has regulator and always has to make adjustments. Not having regulator and gauge is asking for trouble when adding a flash and wheel along with other mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WP3223 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rologp View Post
    Thanks Jim for the response. Lug i dont have an A/F meter thats why i ask. Im running an ET low boost wheel without RRPR on stock inyectors.

    What year ski is this? Running the ETLB with an R3 can be right on the edge at times. Most are fine, BUT... Also depends if you have a newer or older flashed ecu, newer is a lil richer. If you have a 2008-2010, I have a R&D Powershot sitting here - I can sell you for cheap.

    Rolo,

    I flashed the ecu in 2013 and told the R&D guys that i was going to use an ETLBW so i think tey made it a little richer for that wheel. Im installing an A/F gauge and regulator soon.

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    Wich A/F numbers do you recommend with this motor??

    P.D: Welcome back Gus, you didnt last long in the other side

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    Here is a link to how to read sparkplugs http://www.4secondsflat.com/Spark_plug_reading.html Tommy Jordan

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