Yes, I am really beginning to see the simplicity of the process. You either have to reduce the fuel or increase the air to get a lean mix. The Volo is doing that conservatively and probably more safely. An EFIE allows for a more aggressive setting. But it takes more know-how and time to get the setting right.
Now, on a large diesel, the key may be increasing the air flow using a MAP/MAF enhancer. We were looking at it before as a problem in reducing the fuel flow into the engine. Problem is, we never found anyone who could do this except for Diesel Engine Mechanics who tune them. (Usually in the engine manufacturing or rebuild shops.) But, the new digital MAP/MAF enhancers seem to be doing the trick on leaning out the air/fuel ratio.
Hey, how the heck are you? How are things going out there.
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Yep, I got rid of the Focus and have a 94 Rodeo. Its easier to work with.
This week I did my first highway tests. EPA for my Rodeo is 16 & 18. I got 27.5 mpg on Monday. And on Friday, I did another trip to watch the Space Shuttle, and despite a good amount of traffic jamb traffic still got 26.5 mpg. In the city I'm getting about 20 mpg.
I just made some adjustments to the system to provide some leaning out of the air/fuel mixture on acceleration. (which does not normally occur because the CPU bypasses the O2 sensor data during acceleration.) This should help my city mpg, where most of the fuel is used during acceleration.
Good to hear from you.
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