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Originally Posted by patkeefe View Post
Yeah, I pretty much understand exactly what I am trying to do, The car is intolerably rich, especially early on boost, and still has enough fuel to support good AFR at redline. I need a bit less fuel volume, and I am looking for the simplest way to accomplish this, short of putting a throttling valve in the fuel delivery line. I can find the link to the other three threads on this in a minute.
Pat
Why have you not considered increasing the WUR pressure? You say too much fuel at boost and good AFR at redline. Are you concerned at dropping AFR too much at redline?
I guess the real issue lies with too much at the start - in which case, (I'm guessing) this may have a better response curve - in that the WUR pressure controls the metering piston response to the air plate movement. The initial response may be more delayed than the redline response at WOT.
Alan
Old 06-15-2008, 02:47 PM
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