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Everything posted by andreus009
Okay, Here Goes I've seen wiring schematics for circuits that are supposed to simulate the signal from the O2 that is after the catalytic converter. Now of course these say don't use for the O2 sensor before the catalytic converter. Now I understand the reason for not using this device in front of the cat because then you would have an absolute constant air to fuel ration and who knows what it would be. However, if one were to make the device variable (i.e tuneable) would could tune their air to fuel ratio as they wanted. Of course there would be the danger of over leaning and doing engine damage. But still it's an interesting idea. I'd be interested to here others comments or thoughts.
When I changed my clutch a few years back I swapped my torsion bars from side to side. Typically the passenger side gets the most abuse on the roads so I figured I'd even it out. Anyway I was noticing in the tech manual that there are left and rights. I don't recall seeing any markings on them when I had them out. Anyway, has anyone else don this? If so, results?