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Old 11-17-2014, 11:25 AM   #114 (permalink)
In Lean Burn Mode
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Work out some calculations this weekend on my engine simulator and tuning spreadsheet. The new small HP turbo should be OK and needed for the my hot air intake valve? I will have to run the outside fuel cells a little more leaner then I did last year. This will keep the engine from hunting for a richer cell and maintain the engine to lock into lean burn? The new small turbo will also help with lower rpm medium load by a higher dynamic compression at lower rpm for better BSFC.

I'm now waiting on the weather to get better. This weekend the lows should be only around 33*F(right now 16*F). This helps me a ton in the garage by keeping my attitude up. I hate working when its cold in the shop. lol
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