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Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by pissedoffsol, Nov 18, 2004.

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    It's nice to have an up-to-date layout to point people towards. Though you didn't mention in in the first part, do you plan to mention EGT? Obviously this isn't needed if you are tuning on a brake dyno, but your audience might not ever have their Honda see a dyno (which is why telling them about Uberdata would be a bad idea).
     
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    few typos in the WOT area of your article that might throw noobs off, corrections should be made to avoit confusion. I wouldint even bother saying anything if itwere not for that fact i think the typos are of the (New word) confoogling sort.

    Also maybe when your done give it a once or twice over for redundancy, Its hard enough to trying to get a FI noob to understand Whats what let alone any tech stuff.

    Ovrer all its a great read, basic and to the point, i think its perfect for all the FI noobs out there. Its really like breaking all the very BASIC yet very TECHNICAL FI stuff down for some one to undetstand.
     
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    word- i know theres typos... i was basically writing to it while i had down time at work... kind of a 2nd thing on the mind deal. I plan to go through and edit it for read-ability/content/etc after.

    I was planning to add egt and mroe about widebands in the enxt section that will deal more with tuning of the system.

    good reference post for the afc ignition- i'll link that up too.
     
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    I learned a lot from that. From a noob standpoint its great!
     
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    Told ya sol :p Good work fool

    Maybe try and explain why an FMU sucks compared to ECU tuning. Not just why tuning threw the ECU is good. I know when i tell noobs stuff i stress that mechanical management is junk and could never be as precise as something electronic IE tuning ECU directly.

    And maybe go threw some of the differences between a factory turbo car VS on you would build and put together. Such as venting directly to the atmosphere vs the shit being rerouted back to the exhaust.
     
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    i would, but wastegate routing has nothing to do with EFI.
     
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    I think he got mixed up referring to the loss of accounted for air in heated-wire EFI systems (not Honda). It still wouldn't account for much with ECU tuning, I can't think of an AEM feature off the top of my head that would help that, you would just shift rich (and get that JDM/2f2f exhaust flame).
     
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