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Old 07-11-2009, 08:19 PM   #21
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Wide band is the only way to go...

Innovate, XD-16 and LC1 is what you want.
perfect answer, its what I used on the turbo Harley, excellent item
get that and a simple vacuum guage for multiple carb set ups and away you go.
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Old 07-11-2009, 08:22 PM   #22
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i just used the AEM uego wideband gauge, and it confirmed what I already suspected with my carb....

lean pilot circuit and rich main...

the gauges were very simple to install and use.

now the big question is....whats the optimal air:fuel ratio?


here are my readings:
82 main
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0 throttle: 14.7
1/4 throttle: 14.7 - 15.5
1/2 throttle: 11.0-12.5
WFO throttle: 11.0-12.5
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Old 07-12-2009, 11:32 AM   #23
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optimum depends on fuel used, mostly gasoline is 12.5
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WOT around 12.5-13.0

Light throttle-steady cruise around 13.5 or so(what ever seems to run good really, sometimes one bike may want 13.0 at cruise, some can get away with running 14.0 smoothly....if it runs good where its at, don't worry about it...)

Idle is probably fine at 13.5-14.0, what ever idles smoothly and consistant. 1/4 throttle to 1/2 throttle acceleration, I would keep it down around 13.0-13.5.....usually the richer it is, the smoother it will accelerate....(to a degree).
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Old 07-12-2009, 04:39 PM   #24
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cool i am sitting around 12-13 across the board now.

scooter is running great....i hit 48.7 mph according to GPS. lol.
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Old 07-12-2009, 05:35 PM   #25
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remember, "lean is mean", and as stated previously, cruising is low stress on motor and can cruise safely 13-15 depends on vehicle etc etc, WOT, its best to tune safe and go for the 12's,
also, when tuneing, I can also see a temp difference when tuned "wet" compared to "lean". Lots to learn and look at (plugs, temp, afr etc etc) to tune properly and it really depends on motor build and use of said motor.
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:28 PM   #26
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had the scooter jetted and good to go thanks to the wideband. Today was time to tackle the DRZ.

wired to the battery through my fused battery tender charger socket:
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got my o2 bung welded in:
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where I sit at idle, but I still have a few more tweaks and jets to do one the extended fuel screw comes in:
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this gauge makes jetting easy.

Next is the KX250f.
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Old 07-26-2009, 12:07 AM   #27
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Very cool!
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Did it hurt to get your bung welded?

Cool setup.
no, i got tipi for my bung hole. lol


thanks. it's only used for tuning. when not being tuned, the bung is plugged and the gauge is in the tool box.
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since it's just in the tool box, well i think my sensor is bad. it just reads full lean. maybe i could plug yours into my uego and see if it's ust the sensor? would be cool seeing as how a new sensor is hella pensive,lol.
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ya, the replacement o2 is about $70.

i am in the heights-ish area, let me know whenever you want to give it a shot.

it will be on the bike for another week or so till the rest of my jets come in.
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since it's just in the tool box, well i think my sensor is bad. it just reads full lean. maybe i could plug yours into my uego and see if it's ust the sensor? would be cool seeing as how a new sensor is hella pensive,lol.
Check auto zone for the O2 sensor....not sure exactly which one your kit uses but the Innovate Motor sport widebands(LM1, lm2, DL32 etc) all use a Bosch sensor that is oem on 2004 Turbo Beetles. You can get the Bosch sensor for $55 at Autozone. I usually keep a spare because you usually have to order them and no telling when they are gonna out...especially if you run race gas.
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AEM replacement part number is 30-2001, i don't know if that corresponds with bosch part numbers at all. i couldn't imagine these sensors being all that different from others besides the wiring sockets.
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also....i need another plug...anyone know where to get these locally?
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