I don't think so tim.. (a show from the 90s)
The only way to improve part throttle pumping efficiency is to decrese delta P across the TB. And that can only be achieved one way on a modern EFI engine. (electronicly not mechanically)
Leaning out the a/f so as to cause more throttle opening to get the same speed.
The farther a TB is open the less of a presure differencial (sp?) there is across it. Meaning.. the pistons going down don't have to work as hard to pull in air. So less work is put into pulling in air and more of it goes to the crank and pushing the vehicle forward.
He who is enslaved to the compass is free to sail the seas
Last edited by wydopnthrtl; 09-13-2008 at 05:49 AM.