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JFairman JFairman is offline
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I've been trying to picture this in my head and I just don't see how it would work at all...
If you got the motor running in a configuration like this I think it would be practically undrivable at low speeds and have a hard to control high idle speed.

If you had a working 930 CIS unit in front of you and you looked at the top of the metering cone, the VERY small air clearance between the edge of the sensor plate and the cone while at rest and at idle speed, and the sensor plate linkage arm and counterweight and how it links up to bottom of the control plunger in the fuel head I think you might change your mind about this theory.

That said I really like all your imaginitive ideas for modifying CIS and distributor ignition for more performance.
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