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for my amusement in the attempt to understand the intersection in the red circle here

I drew the following, but it didn't help ;-)
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Basically the routing is

[Fuel Head and Sensor] then [Damper] then [Injector] then finally the outlet to tank

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from pages 7 & 8 posts 134 & 142 of this thread

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all of the information on how and why is here

However to avoid confusing the readers, if you are developing your own solution please create a new thread for it.
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sorry, that wasn't smart of me. i just wanted to understand the tiny part on your sketch. probably, my spatial thinking is not good enough, since I could understand one section (hole overlap?) there. just tried to replicate it in my own drawing (didn't manage though). sorry once again, didn't want to get anyone confused.
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To bring back some FrankenCIS content

560 Mercedes being tuned by Dkubus with big cams, exhaust and FrankenCIS DPR system

Vehicle on Dyno

laptop screen during run
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internals view and stl

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nice, but CAD file is more preferable ;-)
has anyone evaluated the operating temperature profile for the WUR? In basic config, for simple WUR replacement, I think there is enough 'meat' left in the stock to create a recess or a cavity underneath the wur to accomodate a small board with power supply, microcontroller, MAP sensor, a temperature sensor and a switching transistor. If we add a cap covering WUR from the injector and fuel-sensor side, we could hide all the wires, and in that case, it would look like the original WUR, just two power wires and a vacuum hose)
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What is the correct procedure to install the Frankencis firmaware on a Micro? (I've windows 10 installed on my pc)
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use the integrated firmware loader in TunerStudio

TunerStudio integrated Firmware Loader | tunerstudio.com

and point it to the FrankenCIS firmware files (s19 and ini) from our web site FrankenCIS Firmware - Downloads
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nice, but CAD file is more preferable ;-)
has anyone evaluated the operating temperature profile for the WUR? In basic config, for simple WUR replacement, I think there is enough 'meat' left in the stock to create a recess or a cavity underneath the wur to accomodate a small board with power supply, microcontroller, MAP sensor, a temperature sensor and a switching transistor. If we add a cap covering WUR from the injector and fuel-sensor side, we could hide all the wires, and in that case, it would look like the original WUR, just two power wires and a vacuum hose)
Why? Someone has already done the work and is basically giving it away for free that you can install on a commercially built product already suitable for putting in an engine compartment and it works great. What's the point?
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Why? Someone has already done the work and is basically giving it away for free that you can install on a commercially built product already suitable for putting in an engine compartment and it works great. What's the point?
Optics.

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Lambda head with frequency valve and stock Bosch WUR as per Flightlead404s current installation negates the optics issue
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Lambda head with frequency valve and stock Bosch WUR as per Flightlead404s current installation negates the optics issue
Unless you're running a 79 which doesn't have a lambda.

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Time to upgrade then
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Time to upgrade then
Just optics...earlier fuel head is black iron, so the aluminum of the later lambda head looks out of place. It's why I'm black crinkle finish powder coating my CIS-E head. Optics.

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I feel your pain

Aiming for an OEM look and mixing in a healthy dose of WYAIT can get horribly out of hand


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I feel your pain

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Twin turbo Franken CIS 928 is on the wish list...

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