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Old 11-17-2001, 03:03 PM   #1
BrysImpreza
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Default Anyone use an HKS Fuel computer in their car?

I'm in the Market for a air / fuel computer to optimize my cars performance, I know Apex-i is the highest recommended out there, but I was hoping someone had an HKS, it's has an manual adjustment rather then digital.
Could anyone be of any help?
Thanx!
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Old 11-18-2001, 12:04 AM   #2
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Default sounds interesting........

I have not heard much on the products from HKS. I think i would be safe to say it would probably work pretty good. sorry, i know much about the air fuel computer.

check out these notes i had:

-HKS AFR is a simple fuel adjusting device that adjusts the Air/Fuel ratio by changing the
airflow voltage output to the vehicles factory stock computer. The AFR was designed for
vehicles that are lightly tuned (air filter, exhaust system, etc.) and that need only slight fuel
adjustment. The 10 setting adjustment indicator allows the user to richen or lean the stock
settings by approximately 0.2 of an A/R point. Both the lean side and rich side have five
notches. This enables the user to search for the best possible set up for your vehicle! The
D-Type and L-Type are the two types of AFR available.

-HKS AFR (Air Fuel Ratio Regulator)
The AFR is designed for lightly tuned vehicles (intake, exhaust) to allow for mild
adjustments in the a/f mixtures through sensors. The AFR allows up to 1 A/R point; rich
or lean, for the best possible power gains. - $ 120 approx.

does that help?
seeya
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