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On Sun, 21 Dec 1997, Mike Zamikhovsky wrote:
> Motronic EFI that runs with two injectors per cylinder and potetiometer
I can see that. I use injectors that are very big, yet I am still under
300hp, so I tihnk higher hp apps would probably require multiple
injectors (cheap route) or special injectors (big bux route)
> for throttle position. There is no air flow meter either. MAP sensor is used.
> All others I know use Halltech. All the rest of us entry level participants
Not me. I use FMS. I've never _used_ Haltech, but I've looked at
their software - its pretty crude.
> that run Audi use CIS. Problem with CIS in rally cars is that if any of the
> lines that run metered air are damaged the car stops. With EFI that uses
> no air flow meter it will still run. At my first winter rally experience
This is what urks me about the CIS - it has too many things that can go
wrong. Regarding your second point, my car will run just fine with a
hole in the intercooler hose!!! That's a nice byproduct of EFI.
Graydon D. Stuckey
New cool .sig file in the works...
- Re: CIS
- From: Orin Eman <orin@WOLFENET.com>
- Re: CIS
- From: Mike Zamikhovsky <MikeZ755@sprintmail.com>