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Re: Fuel Enrichment Device
> I've been studying the Bentley manual, and the EC article on the Techtonics
> Tuning CIS-E fuel enrichment device. I'm more than 90% of the way into
> reverse engineering it. (I'm an engineer by trade, so I feel qualified
> in using such statements :-) ) What I've got left to learn is whether or
> not the cold running enrichment is put on a duty cycle by the OX sensor
> control module, which sends the signals to the control pressure regulator.
> If it is, I believe that I can beat it by doing my own timed cycle, which
> would reset the systems' duty cycle. Well, I don't even know if it's
> going to be a problem yet. I can you this though, the TT module doesn't
> address it if it is an issue.
> Anyway, if I'm successful, and I can assemble some for a reasonable cost,
> would any of you be interested? I'm thinking that I could do an adjustable
> version for not much more, but I'd have to make sure the potentiometer I
> used was precise and stable. I can tell you though that it wouldn't be
> worth a $100 more. :-)
> I may just publish the specifications on my web site, whenever THAT becomes
> a reality.
Would that enable you to get better Gas Mileage ????
what exactly would the advantage be if you manage to crack it ????
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