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Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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Thanks for the encouragement everyone !

The plan is to begin with the K-Jetronic basic (no lambda)

I've updated the MicroSquirt in the test vehicle with the special firmware and an o2 bung is being installed shortly. I'm waiting on the injector metering blocks to be made and have most of the required parts for the following initial steps.

1. logging and comparing the control pressures against the wideband AFR with the system unmodified.
2. Introduce the bypass injector to the existing WUR - test and verify range of control and resolution / response

Once this configuration passes in a normally aspirated vehicle and a brave volunteer with a turbo can verify it works in a boosted environment we can move on to the alternatives.

next -> Standard WUR and K/lambda frequency valve

then the D-WURs and complicated combinations.

I'll be staying with the MicroSquirt throughout this project as I believe it's the best balance of cost and capabilities. It's tiny, well made, waterproof, has automotive grade wiring and connector, and probably above all else, is cheap.
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Yes! mechanical/hydraulic constant flow injection can be managed by a modern EMS

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