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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-16-2014, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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I have an AFR meter with a single sensor. Which cylinder should I monitor? front or rear?

Front cylinder most likely runs a bit cooler, and the rear a bit warmer. Which gives a better indication of the running condition?

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I would start with the rear cylinder since it is hotter. I would switch it back and forth every so often to get a good idea how both cylinders are running...

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Afrplus.com says front cylinder.

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that is amazing "Afrplus.com" nice gadget.... anybody installed this already on there VIC??

So if you running a Power V + timing + Torque tubes + AVI + etc.. then you could actually see on this device if your engine is running "good?" and should or should not change your downloaded map??

PS a lot of cables to install tough????

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