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Originally Posted by WinRice View Post
Remember, the WUR has a bimetallic spring that changes the CP with ambient temperature. I would want the electronics to fully control the mixture without any other variables thrown in the mix.

How about also disconnecting the 12v to the WUR at the same time you disable the boost line. Then it will just act as a simple pressure reg at something close to cold control pressure. It will also maintain residual pressure in the FD as needed for the next start up.

Again, we are just using it as a spring and CP level or calibration should not be an issue.

Depending on the stepper motor and the amount of purchase/leverage you design into its connection, you may or may not even need any spring on the bottom side.

By leaving as much OE stuff in place like not modding the Plunger or removing the WUR, it makes the conversion just a bit simpler and keeps it easer should one want to go back to stock.
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