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    Quote Originally Posted by kerrige View Post
    What do the plugs read? I don't trust widebands for nitrous hits.
    Oh yeah why not? A/F is 12.0 on the gauge and plugs read like 12.0.
    Last edited by EmmerichLSx; 08-13-2013 at 09:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmmerichLSx View Post
    Oh yeah why not? A/F is 12.0 on the gauge and plugs read like 12.0.
    a/f gauge should be used as an instant visual so you can see that youre not destroying your motor and that's really it, to get the best performance read the plugs and tune by the plugs.
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    Good points. I've contacted NOS technical service hopefully they can get to the bottom of this.

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    when it falls on its face what does the afr do? too rich or too lean?
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    I don't exactly remember which way it spiked but a larger fuel just seems like it cleared it up.

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