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Damned A/F Gauge! #85391 Jan 18, 7:19am Jan 18, 7:19am
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Damned A/F Gauge!
I finally get it hooked up, and it wont stay in one place!! It keeps flucuating everytime I hit the gas...Ive never had one of these before. Is that right? Or should I reset the ECU now or what...?


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Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: saspence22] #85392 Jan 18, 7:24am Jan 18, 7:24am
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its supposed to do that... its a worthless gauge anyways, its never very accurate. Its more eyecandy then anything else.

Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: saspence22] #85393 Jan 18, 10:25am Jan 18, 10:25am
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that's why i didn't want one...i didn't care what my air/fuel ratio was. spineyes


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Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: saspence22] #85394 Jan 18, 11:33am Jan 18, 11:33am
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waste of money...RICE tongue


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Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: celicaTRDgts] #85395 Jan 18, 12:01pm Jan 18, 12:01pm
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Once again...I didnt ask whether you thought it was rice or not...didnt want your opinion. Just needed tech info.


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Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: saspence22] #85396 Jan 18, 12:04pm Jan 18, 12:04pm
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Originally Posted by saspence22
Once again...I didnt ask whether you thought it was rice or not...didnt want your opinion. Just needed tech info.


Sounds like you're having a bitch of a time with some of these gauges! I start putting mine in next week, hopefully it goes easier. Good luck though thumbsup

Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: Stephen] #85397 Jan 18, 12:07pm Jan 18, 12:07pm
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Originally Posted by Stephen
Originally Posted by saspence22
Once again...I didnt ask whether you thought it was rice or not...didnt want your opinion. Just needed tech info.


Sounds like you're having a bitch of a time with some of these gauges! I start putting mine in next week, hopefully it goes easier. Good luck though thumbsup


Yeah..I appreciate it!! Hopefully Ill have mine done by then, if you need help Ill know how by then!!!!!!!!! PM or whatever!1 ill help with whatever I can
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Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: saspence22] #85398 Jan 18, 6:17pm Jan 18, 6:17pm
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If you get the S-afc, you can use the airfuel gauge to help you tune it. I had that before my turbo. they look tight as fuck also.


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Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: saspence22] #85399 Jan 18, 6:26pm Jan 18, 6:26pm
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A/F gauges, like the one you have, are supposed to fluctuate like you have described.


Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: saspence22] #85400 Jan 18, 6:36pm Jan 18, 6:36pm
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It fluctuates because your variable valve timing engine is constantly adjusting and recalculating to allow your engine to run most efficiently in a given circumstance. Not to be a dick but why did you get it if you didn't understand that??

Re: Damned A/F Gauge! [Re: saspence22] #85401 Jan 18, 6:57pm Jan 18, 6:57pm
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Truly accurate A/F gauges come with their own wideband O2 sensor. If not, it will fluctuate aimlessly like you described when attached to the stock narrow-band sensors.

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