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Originally Posted by JFairman View Post
That's correct because hydraulic control pressure pushing down on the top of control plunger against the mechanical force of the air flow meter pushing up on it from the bottom will also increase as system pressure is increased.
Very good info either side of this and thanks for the help so far.
In relation to this bit of the quote I've left in. Going back to my first thought of lowering my warm fuel pressure slightly should see a slight rise in an overall rich condition should it not. If that's the case I could do that then raise the CSV to kick in at a later RPM. Thus helping with a better AFR post 5,500RPM.

Now I typed that I should have a morning Coffee. 0800 here and no Coffee yet is a bad thing.
Old 11-18-2014, 12:35 PM
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