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Old 04-20-2012, 10:03 PM   #54 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by basjoos View Post
In my car, once the normal operating temp has been reached, lean burn is strictly dependent on the manifold vacuum pressure, not the RPM or when VTEC kicks in. It can cruise along in lean burn at 90+mph at over 3000rpm with VTEC engaged. With the SuperMID it is very easy to tell when you are in lean burn.
neat, how does the supermid show you lean burn? I thought most people had to use a wideband meter to know that.

Isn't the supermid pretty much the same as the mpguino? I just know when i'm in lean burn because i'm getting above 50mpg while cruising, and then if i step on the gas a little too much it drops to 36mph.
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