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Post Reading plugs
Not quite sure how I would accomplish reading plugs on a scooter with a variator. I've tuned lots of dirt bikes during my motocross and enduro days, and hot VWs with duel Webers. Those were all clutch set-ups. Easy enough to run the throttle position you were tuning, pull in the clutch, kill the motor, stop....pull the plug(s).

How are we doing this on a twist and go?

BTW......don't tell me with a wideband.

Also, already considered running on the centerstand.........not too hot on that idea.

Sun Nov 05, 2017 2:52 pm
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Post Re: Reading plugs
plug chop, you need to look deep down inside the bottom of the white ceramic area. look under bright sunlight if possible. that is where it will show the color. i posted a photo before on my test mule build thread. would have to dig it up.

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