Re: New Groove on 2001 Ford e350 15 pass van
14 Nov 2011 00:56 #2
Looks like positive results with the emissions reading, Scott. Lower hydrocarbons, 0 carbon monoxide, and let NOx. I would have liked to see the Oxygen go up and the air fuel ration to go up. This is because less oxygen is being used in the cat to burn up the extra fuel and will read higher. When the air fuel ratio is higher there is less fuel and more air.
This is a Ferret 16 5 Gas analyser, with printer. I believe the end user cost is around $6,000. Yea, it's not mine to keep - rats. I live about 17 miles from the manufacturer. In fact, I picted it up friday night from one of the employees. Nick in New York, Mr. Gadgetmanfingerlakes uses one just like it, with out the printer. The one I am using was returned for repair. It's nice because it's portable, hooks up to car battery. Not as expansive as Ron's unit though.
On another note, I'll be "grooving" a 2006 Ford F150 this week - any tips?