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Re: personal D-Jet opinions (long)

I'll check my lit tonight to see if I have the printout.

I have been in the service industry and fix stuff without the print all the time, its more of a pain but parts numbers and stuff can be crossed or checked on a curve tracer.  I have even done reverse engineering and drawn the schematic
which isn't hard with a 1 or 2 sided board.

The only thing I see that will adversly affect things in a hopped up engine
is the Vacuum you mentioned.  Aren't you changing the "engine specific" 
inductance range by adjusting the tension on the spring in the MPS??  I'll
admit there are limits, you cant get 300HP out of it!, but for a 1776 or
say 100-110 HP hop up I think the FI will handle the range change just fine
with adjustments.  I am only worried about the fact that the stock manifolds
may be too restrictive and may need a custom setup.

I am also toying with the Idea of using the more advanced system used on the
Beetles and my 1900 Opel, this stock 90HP system may be very close to the 1776
I plan on building.
   A 2L 914 Stock D-jet may also be very close to what a hopped up 1776 may need
with just some tayloring with the fine adjustments.


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