Lamda Sensor Tuning

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  1. MikeTheMechanic

    MikeTheMechanic Tsiki?

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    Hello GSers!

    I am writing from Greece. One day, reading the forums I found that somebody (as fas I remember he was from Europe), had built a kit that had to do with calibration of air and temperature for the BMW GS models. However I don't remember the name of the kit, in order to find it.

    Does my text reminds anybody something?

    Thanks in advance,
    Mike
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  2. roger 04 rt

    roger 04 rt Long timer

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    The lambda sensor (or oxygen sensor) can only be "tuned" by something like a Innovate Motorsports LC-1 which replaces the stock Narrowband O2 and in effect creates a new "calibration" of AFR (air/fuel ratio).

    Something like a BoosterPlug changes the air temperature as seen by your ECU.
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  3. ebrabaek

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    I think I have a fellow Danish countryman, that makes a resistor kit. Not sure what it is called, but it in effect does the same as a booster plug.
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  4. roger 04 rt

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    The BoosterPlug is made by Jens Lyck a Dane ... And I think there is another guy too, the Power FRK maybe ...
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    Ahhhhh.... I see...... You know what part of DK he resides in..... I will be going back in a few weeks....For vacation, and Beer tasting....:D:D
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    I don't but he's a good guy. If you email him he'll respond.
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  7. MikeTheMechanic

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    Yeah, guys! That's it! I was looking for booster plug!

    Has anyone used it, in the F800GS?

    Thanks a lot!

    :freaky:freaky
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  9. MikeTheMechanic

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