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I want to trim the CO on my SF using a rexxer module,my question is can I use a automotive gas analyser in one of the tail pipes to measure the co, I work in a car dealership and it would be handy rather than buying a bike specific tester
 

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I want to trim the CO on my SF using a rexxer module,my question is can I use a automotive gas analyser in one of the tail pipes to measure the co, I work in a car dealership and it would be handy rather than buying a bike specific tester
Why not? It would probably be more accurate. There are small analyzer taps in both pipes. Use them rather than putting the probe down the mufflers.
 

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That's my thinking too and it'll cost me nothing,I've two other questions if I may,firstly it's the air fuel ratio I want to optimise right,is 13.5 a good figure to try obtain ? And secondly before I do this want to reset my TPS which I've done already after the install and I want to now balance the throttle bodies and adjust the air bleed screws so what I'm wondering is .... What's the function of the bleed screw adjustment and should I copy the redline reflash bleed screw position that I've read here even though I'm using a rexxer
Thanks !
 
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