Thread: VF620 Review
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      09-25-2012, 03:44 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by eMthusiast001 View Post
looks nice!
Thank you!

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Originally Posted by biglare View Post
Congrats!

I'll be at AAA on the 7th to see how the Baby M stacks up!

If I go it'll be the 6th

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Originally Posted by Krozi View Post
Awesome Joe!
Thanks bro!

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Originally Posted by img View Post
Very nice, congrats. Enjoy the added power !
I sure will

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Originally Posted by Orange fever View Post
Jo. Welcome. To the family very nice numbers there
Thanks!

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Originally Posted by VF-Engineering View Post
The programmed AFR is set to 12.32

The Dynojet sniffer measures at the tailpipe which is post both factory cats and therefore "leaner".

Using a scan tool one would see a more accurate AFR at the primary lambda sensor. All installs are logged and checked to validate target lambda meets request.

Great build.
Thanks Nik!

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Originally Posted by DLSJ5 View Post
Congrats Joe! Looking forward to seeing you at the airstrip event with Jason and the rest of the guys, it's going to be a lot of fun.
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Originally Posted by BadBoostedBMWM3 View Post
Okay. Excuse my ignorance, so the computer continually adjusts, at WOT, to ~12.32? Or, am I taking your statement out of context?
Obviously, the DME must be tuned pretty close because I'd think that the O2 sensor can only adjust the fuel trims so much.


To OP, congratulations.
When I talked to Steve@EAS he said that their sniffer runs about 1.0 higher than usual