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Does anyone use these TWM Induction Halmeter AF30
air fuel ratio meters?

Are they as good a tuning tool as they seem like
they might be?
For those of us without easy access to a Dyno,
would they be useful in tuning our bikes better
than using the ol' "seat of the pants"?

Any info would be appreciated.

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EGT???

What is it?
Where do you get them?
Cost comparison?

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EGT - exhaust gas temperature

They are a little hard to tune with but give the best results. They are a bit more accurate at judging optimum conditions than O2 sensors.

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Can you recommend a setup?
or somewhere to find more info?

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I found some EGT info on the net.
They are a fair bit more money than this system.
How much better do they really work?

You can not change each cylinder individually with
a PC3R or Yosh EMS anyway can you?
So an air/fuel ratio is probably all I need. Right?



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I am using that one and love it. It costs quite a bit, but with the 3 bar range, you don't get as much fluctuation as you would with only a 1 bargraph system.

Here is a pic if you are curious about a good place to mount it.



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So, can you tell me how it works. I am running NOS and needed to know if it would tell me how lean or rich the bike is running. Did you use both sensors that comes with the AF30 and it so where did you install them? E mail is [email protected]

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