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Old 08-07-2003, 08:20 PM   #46 (permalink)
 
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So I take it that the fuel cut is a hard cut.....the injectors are cut off all at once.
I'll jot that in my notebook....."rpm is limited by a hard fuel cut at 5700 rpm...so sayeth ULYCYC" Thanks!

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Old 09-20-2003, 12:28 PM   #47 (permalink)
 
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was this a delco module or a wells that got dissected? I have a dead wells here that I'll work on if the one you already did was a delco. it would be interesting to compare them.
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Any news on this?
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Old 09-24-2003, 03:29 PM   #49 (permalink)
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I have no idea who the manufacture of that module was. I just assumed it was GM.

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The OEM for them is delco, as far as I know. There are aftermarket modules though that were reverse engineered or something, the ones places like autozone sell you are wells modules. They're -much- cheaper than the delcos, so I was curious if the internals are comparable-I want to know if the delcos really are better, or not. I took another look at my leftover parts. it's a -delco- that I have and am dissecting, not a wells. oops. The wells I have is what's on my car right now. I might pop the $75 or $100 or whatever it is for the new wells module just for the hell of it though.
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I'll announce when I have the additional code for the dual rev limiters working.
Wow, that took a while.

I upgraded the Vampire unit and added:

Adjustable, staged rev limiter
Proportional nitrous retard
"Knock-finder" display (option for coil on plug use)

It's not on my site yet, but here are a couple photos:
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