Originally posted by Boosted2.0
WBo2 is the only way worth your time. Honestly Soceur - as many times as you've hurt your car don't you think its worth spending a little money to make sure its actually running right? An AEM wideband O2 with meter is a hell of a lot cheaper than another engine rebuild.
well after break in it started slipping. Ive had to dial it down to about 10 psi so it wont. When I crank the boost up it slips, I honestly dont know what the deal is.Originally posted by RXvedub
I would check fuel press, to make sure I am getting enough of it. Then I would get the wide band, but only if you are running pikes peak or driving from siberia to india where there are drastic changes.
Monitering sufficient fuel starts with pressure. Get the AEM WB. I use that when I am tunning.
BTW... what happened with the clutch??? Did you need stiffer then max
Soceur's question wasn't specific about running lean, it was about getting enough fuel under WOT. For that a fuel pressure gauge is very usefullOriginally posted by Asha'man
O2 and EGT are the only reliable sensors to get notice of a lean running engine.
Fuel Press don't give you a real hint, if you're running lean or not.
Not always - your tune can be lean as hell but you could have a ton of pressure. the pressure gauge is most useful in determining WHY you are going lean at top end (if its happening) - but it doesn't tell you if you ARE going lean.Immo said:Soceur's question wasn't specific about running lean, it was about getting enough fuel under WOT. For that a fuel pressure gauge is very usefull