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Originally Posted by 911nut View Post
Sounds like we're all talking about the same issue: how to get more force on the metering plate at large angles of attack.
Here's a question: how does the weight of the metering plate affect overall performance?
The best solution will have to be easy to implement and cheap. Otherwise, the benefits will dimish to the point that it won't make sense to modify CIS if the level of effort and expense gets close to the implementation of EFI.
I agree.
I suspect the mass of the metering plate would be based on the same principle of a lightweight flywheel.... inertia. The mass of the plate tends to dampen subtle variations of air flow over the plate for smoother fuel metering.
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