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klatinn klatinn is offline
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I have experimented with the described setup with the LM-1, so have other people on this board. By programming the 'faked' O2 sensor signal of the LM-1 for WOT you can also vary the reaction time and control gain by varying the programmed slope of the faked WOT O2 sensor. I was planning to (but have not gotten around to it) to use a second PWM controller (or lambda brain) to control a regular EFI injector plumbed parallel to the WUR. The CIS Lambda frequency valve acts on the lower chambers of the metering valves in the fuel distibutor. The WUR acts directly on the control pressure. Because EFI injectors come in many different flow rates, it should be possible to find a flow rate optimal to your setup, wether its n/a or turbo. Specially rotary engines have injectors with ungodly flow rates. The EFI injector would not inject fuel, but just spray into a clamped on hose connected to the fuel return. To do this, the warm control pressure would need to be raised to allow more control authority to the EFI/Control pressure valve.
Just a little food for thought.

Old 01-26-2005, 09:58 AM
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