Thinking of investing in one. Anybody got one and which one.
2019 310S 1.6 Sigma
Personally, I ask my MOT guy. His kit costs a lot more than I would want to spend.
Some owners spend on uprating engines, LSD's 6 speed sequential gearboxes, carbon accessories, track days and repairs from results of track days. We all have different ways of funding our Caterhams.
Trouble with hobbies , can lighten your wallet.
If you are just concerned about mixture measurement, just buy a wide band Lambda system and replace the existing narrow band system. You can then feed a simulated narrow band voltage to the ECU and also log with Easimap while driving, or most systems also allow independent logging, too.
How are you planning to use the information?
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Just leave him be...... clearly knows what he's doing.......
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I don't have one and suspect I would be horrified at the emissions from either of my cars. Fortunately both are "visible smoke only" as far as the MOT is concerned.
They are a guilty weight on my conscience already, so I don't want to make matters worse.
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Have other Petrol engines apart from Caterham. Most without ECU,s. I have a rev counter that works on induction just wrap a sensor wire round a plug lead and it reads rpm. This is useful for carb settings on older engines. A Gas Analyser is usefull for these particularly but also all petrol engines.
Such a simple question and yet .....
James thanks for that helpful suggestion.
I've looked and a lambda only measures O2 so no good for what I'm after as it's specifically HC that I'm trying to measure. I'm also looking for something that would be useful on other cars