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01-20-2013 02:20 PM
lhmurphy
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I have one and it is a great tool. No issues in over two years of use.
Thanks for your info...I think I'm going to install it next weekend
01-20-2013 01:43 PM
TommyK
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Originally Posted by lhmurphy View Post
I got a good deal on the AEM 30-5130 gauge kit and was wondering if anyone had ever used one of these...I'm not worried about the installation. My engine runs really great, but I just would like to know what my actual air/fuel mixture is...any opinions would be great whether positive or negative!
I have one and it is a great tool. No issues in over two years of use.
01-20-2013 12:34 PM
lhmurphy
AEM 30-5130...worth it?

I got a good deal on the AEM 30-5130 gauge kit and was wondering if anyone had ever used one of these...I'm not worried about the installation. My engine runs really great, but I just would like to know what my actual air/fuel mixture is...any opinions would be great whether positive or negative!

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