Install and use an air/fuel ratio gauge for nitrous.

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  1. slayer021175666

    slayer021175666 Veteran Member

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    I'm just wondering how to set up the gauge and sensor (or SENSORS) in an old small block or if I should even do it. If I'm correct, it seems like there might be a double advantage. Not, just knowing the air/fuel ratio when spraying but, also, just using the gauge for general engine tuning. I already have a vacuum gauge installed. I use it quite a bit for tuning and monitoring. Is there any advantage to having an air/fuel gauge, too?
    Thanks
     
  2. 80sz

    80sz Veteran Member

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    They are nice but not a substitute for reading plugs. They help in the overall decision of tuning.
     
  3. CorkyE

    CorkyE Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Yep, learn to read your plugs.
     
  4. slayer021175666

    slayer021175666 Veteran Member

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    I realize you still need to read the plugs.
     
  5. 2ndGenCrazy

    2ndGenCrazy Veteran Member

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    I would ONLY read the plugs.
     

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