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Originally Posted by patkeefe View Post
Right now, I have my CIS test gauges semi-permanently attached. I'm looking for a fast response differential pressure sensor to mount permanantly, with the gauge in the cockpit.
I have tested the WUR with the mighty-vac, in addition to setting up boost settings, and it functions correctly.
I presume this means you have tested the WUR boost response fuel pressure function?
If so, that is not what I'm talking about. Your WUR is dumping fuel with no boost response function, upon hitting boost. The only thing I can think of at moment is that the fuel piston has been allowed to travel much further (not really big in mm terms - maybe 0.5-1mm) than it should to the air plate movement. About the only way I can think of this happening is the WUR pressure going 'soft' on you in response to a sudden airplate movement. This is different to testing the WUR boost signal effect to the pressure - it is comming at it from the reverse end so to speak when it is really supposed to be a one way effect.
If I have understood you right.
Alan
Old 06-20-2008, 01:33 PM
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