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|06-09-2019 08:06 PM|
Originally Posted by Bobsy Racer View Post
Unfortunately the 4xx cars are modified in this area.
|06-09-2019 07:46 PM|
|06-09-2019 09:26 AM|
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|06-09-2019 08:58 AM|
Originally Posted by jream View Post
|06-09-2019 06:17 AM|
Did any of you find a way to keep the new intake from pushing into the fender liner? Mine pushes Into it just a bit where the factory access hole is. It fits, but just curious if anyone found a way to eliminate that.
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|06-08-2019 06:57 AM|
Ah ok yes gotcha, Redsled.
Looks like a ton of fun!
|06-08-2019 05:34 AM|
|jream||Gotcha. Thatís pretty much the hold up from me picking this up. Since Iím still under factory warranty for the next couple years, I would want to have instructions on putting this together and taking apart in case I have to take the car in for warranty issues. Surprised there has not been any documentation from GRP yet.|
|06-08-2019 02:20 AM|
|Redsled||I thought about doing myself but since no detailed instructions yet I let dealer do it. I’m only about 40 minutes from them so I don’t mind going in. I watched most of the install and looked pretty easy and straightforward, took a little over an hour. Can’t wait to get back in car today and rip through some mountain roads,sound of screaming supercharger is so addictive|
|06-07-2019 08:16 PM|
|jream||Is there and installation guide for the 400? The website for GRP does not have installation instructions and says coming soon. What’s all involved with installing this?|
|06-07-2019 06:45 PM|
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|06-07-2019 01:05 PM|
Originally Posted by steelypip View Post
ECU adjusts for stoichiometric or preset off that only in closed loop operating cycle and that is not under hard accelerations when current ECU's then refer to fuel tables for proper enrichment.
|06-07-2019 09:13 AM|
Originally Posted by Julian73 View Post
Lambda (λ) is, in fuel chemistry, the stoichiometric ratio of fuel to air: the proportion at which there is exactly enough oxygen available to completely combust the fuel present. The energy density of fuel varies significantly, even at the pump by the side of the road. If you have a fuel with no ethanol in it with an average gasoline density, you'll have an AFR of about 14.7 at lambda. If you're burning E10 (which almost all high test fuel in the US is), then lambda is around 14.13. If you're burning E100, lambda is at an AFR of about 9.
The EGO sensor on the car is actually reporting the presence or absence of free (excess) oxygen in the exhaust. It's a binary yes/no answer: are we above lambda or at/below lambda right now? Accordingly, the ECU constantly dithers the amount of fuel injected to stay a known distance from lambda in one direction or the other.
The ECU isn't concerned with AFR at all. It worries about being out of reasonable bounds of fuel injected per intake stroke given the operating conditions of the moment (which might indicate a component failure), and it is constantly hunting for lambda. That's pretty much it.
Because of the variability and limited meaning to modern systems, it's probably a good idea to stop thinking about AFR at all. It makes sense for carburetors, but not so much for EFI with a lambda sensor.
|06-07-2019 08:12 AM|
|Champale||Oh no Julian73 thats not what I meant (I have logged AFRs on numerous other cars). I am asking Redsled about where he got that warning - with a CEL of some sort or did he notice it via the Komo Tec software?|
|06-07-2019 07:50 AM|
|06-07-2019 03:59 AM|
Could you explain a little more what you mean by "check lambda"? Is that a message on your laptop or somewhere on your instrument panel?
My airbag light didn't show up right away and was initially intermittent but now it's on all the time. Hopefully you don't get it.
|06-07-2019 02:16 AM|
|Redsled||Me and my friends always joke about how good we are at spending other peoples money. But at least parts for the Lotus are reasonable. Just downloaded the tune and seemed to go well and no airbag light. It says to check lamdba but I have tried using my reader and it doesnt show that or actual AF?. Fuel trims look good though|
|06-06-2019 05:52 PM|
STOP MAKING ME WANT TO SPEND MORE MONEY, PEOPLE!!! Hah man that is awesome. Post a pic when you can.
And I am excited to hear your impressions of the 435 flash!
|06-06-2019 04:08 PM|
GRP Cold Air Intake
My friend recently had this installed and as soon as I heard his car with it I knew I needed to have one. Makes the supercharger absolutely scream. I have done many intake changes on cars and never had results like this. GRP even did a dyno with it and has decent gains. So now car has Larini exhaust, GRP decat and cold air intake. Should have the komo-Tec tune file tomorrow to download and then looks like I'm done with go fast and sound mods. Thanks again Greg for the help with this and get busy on more carbon fiber mods for 400