Re: [DML] Re: Lambda system
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Re: [DML] Re: Lambda system

Thanks, David!

Out of curiosity I tightened all three air adjustment screws down to see 
what would happen. The engine now idles stable at 1,000rpm. It could be 
a coincidence, but it's good enough for me. :) I no longer have to jam 
my foot on the brake at stoplights! It's bad for my shins. LOL

Farrar Hudkins

David Teitelbaum wrote:
> Many of the systems on the motor, the Lambda, the idle motor circuit,
> the vacuum advance, the catalytic converter, the cold start, vapor
> recovery, the inertia switch, etc are not "essential" to the operation
> of the motor. The motor can be made to run without them. Not well or
> within emissions but it can be made to run. Some owners choose to
> modify or disable some or all of them. Some do it on purpose, some do
> it without knowing what they are doing. IMHO it is easier and better
> to try to get they car running the way it was designed and certified.
> On a Stage II motor you will have to set the mixture up a little
> richer than stock and the idle a little higher. As long as you have
> the O2 sensor in the exhaust you should be able to set all of the
> systems up to run.
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757

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