I'm at the 'thinking about' stage of a new after market ECU for my car.
The option is there for using a twin choke sequential throttle which comes with the rig.(may be off a camira??)
I have noticed that the single choke I am running now seems to have tune issues at fractional openings, like when driving down hill, and am thinking the twin choke would give more data points through the tps at small throttle openings than the same airflow through a single choke, which I'm thinking would improve the chances of the ecu getting the tune right.
Does this sound correct??
Also, what are the general advantages and disadvantages of controlling the airflow with the twin sequential butterflies (comparing to a single choke)???