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Old 07-30-2012, 04:04 AM   #27
tunermt
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Exactly; I suspect one of the reasons they used to have a lot of turbos fail was due to overspeeding them, as without any way to accurately control things or feedback on speed it seems easy to do. I have a little experience making microcontrollers do things, so with some forms of ECU, it might not be impractical to have a black box telling it how rich to go and controlling the antilag specific parts.

I'm seriously thinking I need to get a testbed engine to experiment with. I mean, why risk destroying good parts first? I don't really have the funding this year though... something about getting married.
I just so happen to be in the same boat haha, next week for me if you want to shoot me an email i'd be very interested to talk with you more about the little black box project, i've also been kicking around the idea of a second control unit strictly for AL would be great to brain storm with you on the topic. tuning@brewedmotorsports.com (Eric)
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