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Looks good. You are a bit lean at idle, but before making any conclusions, you need to calibrate the gauge first and foremost. It showed 22.X in free air and it should say 20.9. The LM-2 allows you to calibrate, and I have to think your gauge does too.

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its calibrated and on start up shows 22.4 like it should according to manual and this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKCbU1-IEb4
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you have to calibrate with the sensor hanging in the air not in the pipe.

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I did calibrate sensor before bolt on into pipe!!!!!!!!!! I can read manual
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That's bizzarre. My LM-2 manual says 20.9, which is also what I was taught over 30 years ago in a Bosch K-jetronic fuel injection course.

Are you at high altitude ?

EDIT: Never mind. Gdansk is a port city if I remember my history.

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The MTX-L displays 22.4 after calibration, it works differently to the LM-2. The LM-2 dispays the AFR for fresh air after calibration, the MTX-L displays it's upper limit in fresh air which is 22.4.

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Aha. Thanks Mike.


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That's bizzarre. My LM-2 manual says 20.9, which is also what I was taught over 30 years ago in a Bosch K-jetronic fuel injection course.

Are you at high altitude ?

EDIT: Never mind. Gdansk is a port city if I remember my history.
I'm not in Gdansk at the moment................unfortunately
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