[Vwdiesel] Fw: max fuel adjustment --(things are a cooking )
h_hagar at prcn.org
Thu Apr 1 10:35:28 EST 2004
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Subject: max fuel adjustment --(things are a cooking )
I am delighted to see some of you take an interest in the workings
of " Da Pump " ---- lets face it changing wheel bearings and
brakeshoes --- is ok --but ---mastering the pump is like getting your
So the more of us dig in to it --the faster we will tame the little cutie.
-- Taming the Shrew ?
I just received the new edition of the Bosch Book on our injection pumps from Bentley -- W.A.Thomson wrote. --- -- if it is Bosch Diesel Engine Management
it is a great book. I am looking for the old one too.
I see a lot of you are beginning to understand that many different adjustments
interact. ---- Hence the beauty of the performance tuned Rabbit.
A " BOOK" tuned 1980 Rabbit will loose to a Performance tuned (Hillbilly)
Like Gary Orlando mentioned the factory settings for many reasons , makes for
a slow Rabbit.
Only one thing controls the amount of fuel injected each stroke --- the position
of the control sleeve ---there are no needle valves or the like.
We have but one piston , and the stroke is fixed at about 85 thou (inch).
So to inject less fuel we have to spill the excess fuel back in to main body of pump.
This is done by a holow center in the piston A small hole is covered by the sleeve.
So for minimum fuel hole is not covered----for maximum the hole is covered.
So who or what pushes the controlsleeve back and forth ??? stay tuned
it is getting interesting.
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