Hey guys...I'm out on the road right now...vacation
in tucson, AZ...so I can't take any pics and post them right
now...but I have a probe in each cylinder just below
the first bend coming out of the head...
I have two gauges, and each one has a needle on the
left and a needle on the right, and as they get hotter,
they cross each other like swords...that way I can see
what all four are doing at a quick glance.
If they are mapped right, the needles lift together,
and it looks really cool and easy to see a bad cylinder.
Workman...now you got me going, because I didn't
write down notes...but I could swear they were lean.
Sorry, because usually I'm real meticulous about that
Most people I have worked with say that 1375 is the
temp which achieves max hp on gasoline. So I dialed
in my map to be within 25 degrees most of the time,
except for idle in which I richened it a little to help
cool the valves...
When I get back I'll post some pics if anyone is
interested...oh, mine is an '02 so I don't know about
the maps for '00 or '01...
Jere, West Palm Beach, FL ,
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at: 8/30/02 1:46:16 pm