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

Please re-read Farrar's message. He asked what your Eurospec setup
looked like. You only mentioned a couple of observable differences. I
merely filled in the gaps.

But since you asked about performance improvements (which Farrar
didn't ask about BTW):

Series 038 CPR curve is an improvement in adverse atmospheric
conditions (wet or winter, for example): lower starting pressure and
longer warmup.

European ignition distributors have a more aggressive advance curve.
Makes the engine freer rev'ing. Also allows more compression before

Higher overall compression of course produces more torque (same
benefit as forced induction, using natural engine aspiration).

Eurospec K-Jet is simpler than North American. I regard simplicity as
an improvement.

I could go on, but: You are the one touting your Eurospec 160 HP as
better than F Series. Make up your mind: is E Series an improvement or

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Martin Gutkowski <martin@...> wrote:
> You've basically just rattled off a load of differences. With the 
> exception of the idle control takeoff, none are "improvements" and many 
> are because it's from a LATER engine, like the ally metering head,
> only real advantage is weight and that it doesn't go rusty. To all the 
> others...... so what?

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