This makes sense but why would it take 3 weeks to register the rich mixture at idle from the cams?nospeedlimit143 on Feb/11/03 said:It's just dumping way too much fuel in at idle. you can a.) run higher octane fuel or b.) get a standalone engine management system.
i just checked your list of mods you have, and it looks like you definitely have way too much fuel going in your engine for what you have done. i'm not familar with the Venom 400 computer, but if possible, get it tuned with a wideband O2 sensor and get your air/fuel mixture straightened out.LTB420 on Jun/10/02 said:I am getting a cel code 45 (too rich or too lean).
I recently instaled venome injectors could this be the cause of this cel?
If so is there any thing that I can do to correct this?
I already have an SAFC and the cam gears....its also been tuned on a dyno (three weeks ago) and ran fine up until yesterday evening. I haven't figured out how to lean out the fuel via the safc at idle though. My throttle points are 35% for the "low" position and 85% for the "high" position. So leaning out the 1000 rpm setting doesn't help me until I'm under partial throttle.nospeedlimit143 on Feb/11/03 said:If the cams you put in are mild, you can probably get away with tuning it with a VAFC to lean it out a bit. Do you have adjustable cam gears? Also have you had it dyno tuned?