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Old 08-18-08, 04:33 PM
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Rev limiter on ltx-12

Hello

Just wonder what config on the ltx-12 you guys uses for rev limiting yopur rotary engine.

The only option i can find is to cut fuel, but this isn't good for the rotary engine so this is not an option for me, the second i know about is to feed the engine with way to much fuel when you get it to the revs you want it to do..(this is what I do now)


is there any other options to use with the ltx-12?




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Old 08-18-08, 07:03 PM
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their is revlim which cuts out one bank of injectors.

THIS IS BAD.

The rev cut, cuts out all injectors. This is a much safer cut as it shouldnt create a lean spot.

BUT if your on the rev cut alot, it can damage the engine.

Normally if i have tuned a car, i set the rev cut 1000rpm over the working powerband. This means it only cuts in the most extreme case rather then it cutting it all the time.
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