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Re: To all Charlie Smith spring users
Jon has an iteresting idea, which is using a pressure
bleeder instead of a voltage bleeder. I am wondering
what happens under vacuum, though. How much vacuum
leak is there. Does the regulator act as a check vavle?
How is the idle effected? I don't thinkthere is another
check vavle in the system, although I may be mistaken.
Under full leak (disconnect ECU, leave hose open sucking max air), you
gain a coupla hundred RPM's worth of [un-metered] air (which the ECU
notices as a leaning out condition, and promptly enrichens for ya!).
Before deciding on the A/C solenoid valve (which uses metered air), I
was thinking of a controlled leak as my "fast idle" capability/switch...