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    You made the claim so either post up or shut up. ...

    You made the claim so either post up or shut up. I don't have patience for your antics.



    Judging by the nature of your posts in here you strike me as a Ease off the language...

    And there...
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    Tell me how you can adjust spark timing on...

    Tell me how you can adjust spark timing on something that doesn't produce a spark? I would like to hear this one! :thumbup:

    Just as you do in a full size vehicle, you should wait until the...
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    Good points.

    Good points.
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    No need to be an ( bypassing the language filter...

    No need to be an ( bypassing the language filter will get your points ) with your first comment in my thread. Tuning for AFR's has nothing to do with passing emissions test even in full size...
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    I am located in northeastern Illinois north of...

    I am located in northeastern Illinois north of Chicago. I prefer to tune MAFS versus speed density because I feel it provides much more refined driveability at part throttle.
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    Yes carbed engines are much more sensitive to...

    Yes carbed engines are much more sensitive to changing density altitudes (IE. temp, barometric pressure, actual altitude, and humidity) than modern fuel injected vehicles are due to there being...
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    You don't need to put a full sized vehicle on a...

    You don't need to put a full sized vehicle on a dyno to datalog the AFR's. You can hook up the logging equipment and do a WOT pull on a long straight section of uninhabited/private road. However a...
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    How many horses the engine produces is a direct...

    How many horses the engine produces is a direct reflection of the AFR though. Too rich and you are leaving power on the table. Too lean and you are not running safely and EGT's are through the...
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    I understand that is what he may have meant to...

    I understand that is what he may have meant to say but it reads differently, like all fuels have a 14.7 AFR that equals Lambda stoich; which is not the case. I was just clarifying that a bit more...
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    Your Nitro motor should never be that lean. ...

    Your Nitro motor should never be that lean. Nitro R/C fuel has a stoich AFR that should be in the high 6 to low 7 range at idle and middle 4 to middle 5 range when wide open throttle according to my...
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    Advanced Nitro Fuel Tuning...Come inside!

    Hey guys and girls. I am a new member here and pretty new to R/C Nitro engine cars in general. I have a T-Maxx 1 that I did the TRX 3.3 conversion on not long ago. My background is mainly in...
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    I understand that this is a VERRRY old thread but...

    I understand that this is a VERRRY old thread but I have a current thread on the forum about stoichiometry and fuel lambda tuning so this may come up in a search. The OP is correct that stoich AFR...
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