it seems I did upset someone!
I am not in any way associated with the WON company, have never myself purchased their equipment either, but have first hand experience of a few of their kits on families cars.
I can't answer some of your queries as I get headache trying to interpret the
No I don't race, have no prizes for racing either, but I do have 2 degrees in engineering and a lifetime experience in the industry.
My primary gripe is simple and still stands, I know folks worldwide who know the WON system, and in my opinion (still) anyone who claims to be familiar with nos to the degree you do, anywhere in the world and doesn't know the WON kit has missed a trick or two. There are hundreds of the kits in use from the USA to Nigeria, only rip van winkle couldn't have heard of it.
My opinions, nothing whatsoever to do with the makers, whom i've never evn spoken to.
Excuse my spelling, it wasn't a high priority for me in the reply to you.
In my opinion, for the application the thread starter is talking about, (small shot on a stockish motor, more for fun than anything) a high tech system is not "needed", it may be nice, may be a better kit, may be more tunable or more idiot proof, may be it can give better results in optimum conditions but not 'the only way to go' as you preach.
what is the cost of a WON kit, say a single fogger, 10lb universal efi compared to a usd700 kit from NOS?
My name is not rip van winkle but from time to time I do get called Robbie dog, I root spiders and I do live in a cave similar to what you may have seen in Lord of the rings, you know, the movie made in New Zealand??? do you even know where NZ is? There are more places in the world the the good ol U S of A you know and believe it or not a few people that know a thing or 2 live here.
The point as always, is, each to their own, and if you'd read my initial comments in the context they were written in,:chairshot we wouldn't have to waste each others time on this.:wavey: