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AFR display installation 3 months 1 week ago #24163

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Here is how i have installed afr gauge and the lambda sensors to make carb adjustment and rejecting easier.

First the holes for the bungs



And some welding done too.



After that another side



Warning if you do that like i did it is important that the lambda sensors don't collide with center stand when you push the bike off of it. Like it happened to me when i was ready :S .

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AFR display installation 3 months 1 week ago #24165

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Must be ESP - I was going to ask about this.
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AFR display installation 3 months 1 week ago #24166

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Stan, ESP ? hmm..

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AFR display installation 3 months 1 week ago #24168

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Extra Sensory Perception. I think I sent you a message, as this was what I was thinking about and yesterday and almost posted a question. Happens tome often actually.

Anyway, great to see where you placed the bungs. Now, can you show me where do you keep the gauge or gauges? Do you have it/them on the bike permanently or just connect when checking the AFR.
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AFR display installation 3 months 1 week ago #24172

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Stan i got the controller for lambda on the left hand side



This are Sigma Lambda Controller Free 2 from 14point7. each for three cylinders so middle card is shared.
This is where the connectors live.



And finaly the gauge.



!!! VERY IMPORTANT !!!
Looking at any gauge or display of any sort while riding can cause accident, severe injuries or even death, so i take no responsibility for anything. Personally i use this only when the bike is stationary, and the device is off while riding.
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