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air fuel ratio

  •  Help me if you can please. I would like to find out what the air fuel ratio is on 2-stroke engines. I have a guage to install on my 09 crossfire 1000 sno-pro. Would like a starting point if possible. Thanks for your help in advance if you can.

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  • If you install the sensor in the top of the muffler it should be around 13to 1 or 13.5 to 1 for safe trail riding.

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  • We don't really use an air/fuel ratio gauge when tuning in a snowmobile. We prefer to use EGT gauges and tune off of exhaust gas temperatures. We only use air/fuel ratio gauges to tune in 4-stroke machines. On a 4-stroke you want your air /fuel ratio to be between 12.8 - 13.2.


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    SPEEDWERX, INC.
  •  Is the sensor in the muffler better than in the y-pipe

  • Not good to put the A/F sensor in the ypipe it wouldnt survive long. EGT probes can go in the y pipe with no issues.

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    We don't really use an air/fuel ratio gauge when tuning in a snowmobile. We prefer to use EGT gauges and tune off of exhaust gas temperatures. We only use air/fuel ratio gauges to tune in 4-stroke machines. On a 4-stroke you want your air /fuel ratio to be between 12.8 - 13.2.


    Thanks,

    Larry Houle
    SPEEDWERX, INC.

    So if you are really rich and have some raw fuel in the pipe and it hits the hot charge doesnt that show high temp on the egt's? So what would you do in that case?

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  • What your saying can happen but it would depend on egt temp and your jetting would have to be way off.

    You should contact your motor builder or exhaust builder to get the proper specs.

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  • You should never solely rely on your EGT gauge or your Air/Fuel Ratio gauge without establishing a baseline setting with good safe spark plug reading & piston wash reading.  Check what your EGT gauge or Air/Fuel Ratio gauge is after you establish a baseline and then use that to fine tune your setup further.

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