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I checked on the net and found various suitable solutions:

http://www.schnyder-corse.ch/Racing_for_Fun_Zubehoer.htm (corrected) It has an analogue out port that could probably be used for Race Tuner Data Transfer. Two probes can be attached simultaneously. The price is unacceptable but it is a nice device nevertheless. [url]http://www.corradodriver.de/HTML/Elektronik/Lambda2/index.htm
There are cheaper solutions:
It shows how to build your own tester.

I will try to get something similar.

Jan
 

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Jan-Dirk said:
I checked on the net and found various suitable solutions:

There are cheaper solutions:
http://www.schnyder-corse.ch/Racing_for_Fun_Zubehoer.htm (corrected) It shows how to build your own tester. I will try to get something similar. Jan[/QUOTE] Not much good in German :confused:
 

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AAaaatchu! Salud. ¿Que puñeta es la cosa que lambde esa?

Eh! What is a lambda probe? I can understand "Racing for Fun" and also autobahn on your posts, everything else is a blur. I know it has a microprcessor and something is analog. That's about it.
 

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Ok, here's a great link explaining in plain language how you properly tune a Fuel Injected motorcycle http://www.fuelinmoto.com.au/tuning.html

Here's an exerpt on Lambda Probes:
Lambda, or Air-Fuel Ratio, is a derived indicator of mixture. A lambda of 1.0 is equivalent to an air-fuel ratio of 14.7 : 1, that which is called stoichiometric, where optimum combustion, and minimum emissions, occur. This figure does not produce ideal acceleration, however. A richer mixture is required for acceleration. We use typically a Lambda of 0.85 ( Air-Fuel ratio of 12.5) for full throttle sustained power, 0.88 (air-fuel ratio of 13 : 1) for acceleration, and 0.96 (air-fuel ratio of 14 : 1) for cruise, with graduations between these points
 

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Sorry for any inconvenience caused!
I completely buggered the thread up and was so upset after the third time editing my post that I decided to leave it as it is.

What I tried to say is that there do exist both professional and "do it yourself" solutions for a good lambda indication on bikes.
With lambda indication in combination with the race tuner you would be able to do all necessary adjustments "while you ride" without the expensive aid of dynos.
Have a look around on the internet and you will find appropiate solutions in your native language.
Make sure that the lambda probes are of temperature compensated type.
Jan
 

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Dug out my old 5 gas

Cleaned it up a little and changed filters now If I just had a dyno for a bike and not a car.
 

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Max said:
Cleaned it up a little and changed filters now If I just had a dyno for a bike and not a car.
WOW, you have some nice expensive equipment...
Put it on the back of your pickup and let your wife drive next to you while you ride. You would need a pretty long cable though...
 

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Jan what I thought I might do is take it with me in the truck to a dyno and see if the dyno tester would let me hook up and monitor. I know of several dynos around but they don't have five gas to check the tune with.

Max
 
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