[DML] Re: RPM Drop When turning on AC
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[DML] Re: RPM Drop When turning on AC

Nonsense -- many carbs of the late 1980's had active idle control. This is how Ford added it to the 2530:
(The idle air valve hangs off the back).

We've already gone over this on the old DMCTalk. Stop behaving like a git (I didn't say you were a git -- I said you are behaving like someone who is).

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Martin Gutkowski" <martin@...> wrote:
> I notice when you said "handles the A/C compressor load just fine without any idle speed compensation" you were careful not to suggest the RPMs didn't dip. 
> A properly working CIS system will make for a steady idle regardless of any load. That's its purpose. EFI and k-jet can use it, a carburetor can't. Is it *better*? Yes. Does it *matter*, probably not but it's a step backwards to lose it.
> Martin


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