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Greetings. So I got an aem wideband (still wondering how to pipe it in. I guess I could. Do the ac pressure sensor trick. Seems hacky) and a bunch of mods. For my particular setup what would be a safe afr? Any suggestions on squeezing some more power out of it? I'm new to hp tuners (came from the old school Honda crowd). Any advice would be appreciated.

ZZP intake
ZZP catless dp
ZZP catless midpipe
Ported intake manifold
ZZP intercooler and piping
Hptuners mpvi2
AEM boost gauge and wideband
MSD ignition coil pack thing lol
Also just did the pcv fix kit version 2 fix and checked for boost leaks. Non that I could find.

Those are just power mods. I have a lot more done. I just feel like I can squeeze more out of it. Torque says I'm at 132 to the wheels but I feel like it's more than that, but yeah. Thoughts, suggestions, comments? Safe afr at wot? What should I be shooting for. Also I'm in Cali so I'm running 91 octane. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Jesus. Anyone? I am pretty sure I have my answer, but I would really like to see others' opinion from their experience.

Put it this way; if you guys post here, it will be easily searchable and then people won't bug you guys about this again... ;)
 

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For a boosted car, you usually want to see between 11.5 and 12 AFR at full boost.
 

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Not a problem! Best of luck!
 
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