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Best fuel ratio for street driving?

Hey guys i have a pc5 with auto tune and i was wondering what is the best fuel ratios for driving around on the streets. I am at red lights allot and my engines getting to 235 degrees and i was wondering if AFR can fix that compaired to the stock one dyno gives you

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I have mine set at 13.8 on the lower rpms. That way it won't use too much fuel when I'm at idle.
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Hey guys i have a pc5 with auto tune and i was wondering what is the best fuel ratios for driving around on the streets. I am at red lights allot and my engines getting to 235 degrees and i was wondering if AFR can fix that compaired to the stock one dyno gives you

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Having a CBR600rr and being at red lights allot, would be like............. sorry Lord i shouldn't think that..............like having a Bible in your home and never reading it!
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^ that's why i never leave first gear when i'm commuting.
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