Re: Hey LEVE
I've read on the yahoo stroker list that all the computer can do is try to optimize mixture according to the power curve that it has it it's eprom chip. When you change the camshaft, you have changed the power curve, and thereby making the computer unable to optimize the spark and injection(the computer has a big role in the ignition on the 4.0).
My question is : is this because the mopar mpfi is a speed density system, not a mass air system? Back when I was into mustangs, it was when all the hipo parts really started pouring into the market for the 5.0. I don't recall anyone having to change their computer out every time they put on a new throttle body or camshaft. The mass air system can compensate for this, while the speed density cannot? Thanks, Brendan
Proud owner of the world's best running Carter BBD