OK! then what makes the air/fuel guage so bad then?? the a/f gauge is not as acurrate but whats the point if i cant tune with either?? damn should of saved my money shit.skibbs said:Something is wrong if you are running too hot or too cold, you just can't tell for sure what it is. It's a good warning device, not a tuning device. Hope this helps
Yup... You will not receive any accurate information about how to tune with an EGT guage. It is a warning device, NOT a tuning device... An A/F guage that uses a narrowband O2 sensor is NOT a tuning device... People use these gauges to alert them to problems. Wideband O2 sensors are the only accurate way to tune your A/F ratio.WeaselGSR said:That's the theoretical value
But yes, EGT will vary from engine to engine, weather, driving conditions, and A/F mixture.
On top of that, where you put your sensor will affect what temperature you get.