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Old 10-16-2012, 07:47 PM   #58
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Originally Posted by Lobby View Post
Nice thread.

Gotta say, though, changing the fueling mixture to avoid lean condition and get more HP, AND getting higher fuel mileage seems like a contradiction to me.

im with ya on that one, although it depends entirely on how it is tuned. it might be set slightly lean at highway speed and get some kick ass mileage, and at the same time, depending on throttle position to give max power.

my bike is carb'd, and my 95 turbo eclipse has a piggy back fuel trim computer. things get weird sometimes
2005 Harley 1200 Roadster. 72whp/76tq
1995 eclipse gs-t. 342whp/310tq
1999 ford exploder...who cares.
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