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sensor, cts,maf ,and 02 question
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sensor, cts,maf ,and 02 question
Hi Mike:
Great site. Lots of information here.
Read with interest the artical on tuning the sensors. On the crt,will
increasing the temp.10 deg..Will that cause the ECU to go into closed loop quicker? Also on the resistors for the crt and maf sensors. are they 1/4 watt or does it mater?
Started building a HHo generator. More on this Later. Trying to keep it down to 10 or 12 amps.
06-23-2008 06:13 PM
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RE: sensor, cts,maf ,and 02 question
I wouldn't go much smaller than 1/4 watt since they start getting fragile, but there's very little current involved so 1/8 watt should work fine.

Your engine should be in closed loop all the time, except when first started and at WOT. They cause the ECU to allow a leaner mix.

Rick

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06-23-2008 06:44 PM
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Thanks for the quick reply.
I got my stainless today. Made 12 plates 2 1/2 by 5. I plan to wire these + nnnn--nnnn+. Read someware that the plates work better if the tops are of of the water instead of below. Has anyone tried this?
06-24-2008 04:27 PM
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That would be dumb. Electron flow occurs only through the electrolyte at these voltages.Hmm

Rick

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06-24-2008 04:42 PM
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