Off topic, but hows the fitment of that wrap? Ive been looking for one for a while and i see they have a lot of them. Just curious as to the quality/etc.
The circuit described in the thread simulates an enrichment circuit, you are sort of manually simulating a "fast idle" circuit with the throttle. I think the circuit here is a clever solution to a problem that I'm surprised exists in an aftermarket ECU at all- I would have thought that it would have a "cold start" factor in its fueling equations, since that was a standard feature in the open-source ECUs 15+ years ago.Nice but I dont see the issue, just open the throttle a tiny bit for 10 seconds and its good to go? Or are people having other issues? My 235cc has always started fine with a touch of throttle (only been down to 32 degrees tho)
You're exactly right.I was thinking about that myself. I wonder if it has to do with the ECU's coming out of Thailand. My brother used to live there and he said it was hot most of the time. I might be way off, though.
That's fine but 2k is too high. It also wouldn't have helped mine start, it wanted a richer mix not just more mix. Opening the throttle never helped anything.