Re: [DML] Dwelling on da dwell-Attack Mode
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Re: [DML] Dwelling on da dwell-Attack Mode



D2,
If you can adjust your CO so the needle is pegged (100%) I would be very
surprised.

You also took this line out of context. "If your  dwell meter has no scale
for four cylinder engines than just adjust the CO  to the maximum swing of
the needle."

As you adjust your CO, and the ECU is working, the needle will pulse or
swing, it will NEVER stay at maximum swing, therefore the average of the
swing is the obtainable reading.

The next line in my email states that the owner would have to test drive the
car and perform additional adjustments as required. Since he obviously
didn't provide a picture of his dwell meter it is difficult to provide
precise information on how, the owner, is to read his meter.

As providers of information we can only reply in broad based answers. I also
said that a lean mixture would make the car harder to start, meaning if he
adjusted the CO to the maximum, then he would probably have to make further
adjustments, richer or leaner..

If you would like to continue this debate we can do so off line.

Dave Sontos
vin 02573
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <doctorDHD@xxxxxxx>
To: <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, February 06, 2006 8:57 AM
Subject: [DML] Dwelling on da dwell...

You wrote this, but I'm not sure it's accurate.  Maybe I'm not
understanding
what you mean by

"If your  dwell meter has no scale for four cylinder engines than just
adjust
the CO  to the maximum swing of the needle."

If the needle were to swing to the maximum or 100% then that woluld mean
the
frequency valve would be on all the time.







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