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What didn't you like about the LM2? I have an innovant in my rx7 I tune with.  Though the harness is a bit bulky compared to my mini wideband.   
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I can loan an exhaust pipe clamp that Innovate makes and I have an extension cable to go with.
I was pretty disappointed with the LM2 but still have all the pieces.

Remind me closer to the event and I will ship it wherever it needs to go.
Bit of a long drive for me.

EDIT:
I will post some comments on the Innovate LM2 in another post to keep this focused on the event.
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Or if people want bungs welded in permanently, bring your finest bung and I will weld thee.  Bring an 02 sensor kit or plug for said bung.
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Well assuming everyone is in the ballpark, it doesn't take much time to make adjustments honestly.  I was doing runs behind the shop, taking TWIN carbs apart, testing oil viscosity, adjusting jet heights with calipers, syncing, and filing two needles at a time across the whole band.  And it took me a few hours doing it for my first time having no experience.  If we go out, take notes where it's rich/lean, do a full wide open pull, come back, someone pulls those needles or adjust mixture one way or another while the next car goes out, it could be done very efficiently.  Odds are most everyone only needs a small tweak here and there.  Or you go ok cool I probably need a new needle.
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I was talking about this with Mark earlier today.  I was thinking Iíd like to copy what Dan is doing to get the mixture right. But I donít have a way to weld a bung into the exhaust. Then I discovered they sell a no-weld oxygen sensor bung that I was considering as a possible future project.

https://www.jegs.com/p/AEM/AEM-No-Weld-O2-Sensor-Mount/1334708/10002/-1

I like Danís idea of an easily interchangeable sensor.  But Iím not sure how much trial and error time would be needed to get things right.  Many attempts I would think.  And maybe new needles too.   Seems like it would be tough to get things right over a weekend - if thatís what is being proposed.  Or maybe just an exploratory look at how the carb is set up is what you are thinking?
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This would be good to know info. You have shown where small changes in the jet really do make a driving difference.

Gotta get the most out of our engines!
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Could it be as simple as something you stick in the tailpipe?

I'm thinking a pipe that slides over the end of the tailpipe with bung to put the sensor in.  I even have a spare pipe I bought in case I needed to modify my exhaust the other day. One end is to fit over a rc40 diameter exhaust.  I suppose I could make adapters for various sized exhaust, or if everyone gave me their dimensions I can have them ready.  Then it's just a matter of clamping wires to the battery and running the gauge harnes to the front for me to look at while the other person drives.  Then we make adjustments!
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This would be good to know info. You have shown where small changes in the jet really do make a driving difference.
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Could it be as simple as something you stick in the tailpipe?
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Yea, that sounds cool. 
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