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Old 06-05-2019
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wideband 2005 510 tune

hi ive got a husky 2005 510 smr
i have a handheld wideband and im thinking of welding a bung in my exhaust and giving a wot tune
what afr's are this motors happy with for max power?

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Don't know what your talking about
You might be handholding something else perhaps
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Not a very popular bike and not much discussion on this forum regarding EFI tuning.

I played around with a Bazzaz on an R1 some years ago and it was awesome with the lambda sensor setup. It came with software so you could simply apply recommended changes after logging a ride. After that, you could make manual adjustments to refine partial throttle response etc but the base setting was pretty darn good.

I would have thought baseline AFR's were fairly standard for engines of similar compression/fuel types? What else have you used your tuner on?
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