I might be confusing things but seems like the revision prior to this one had 18ms of fuel compared to 17.5ms you have now. In both lc and hard cut limiter I’m running more fuel than you and I get bigger and more consistent flames with both so you probsbly should just add some more fuel. Also you’re at a lower elevation so you are getting more air so that should hint you might need to run more fuel than I am to match the higher air density you have in your area. I wouldn’t be surprised if there is calculated information of afr’s that help or hurt flames but I don’t know them. My guess is that your lc is pulling air at a rate somewhere about the 550-600 maf range which you seem to be targeting but you got to add more fuel if you want to see flames. I don’t know what your ignition retard for lc/ral is set to but you might want to mess with that too. Mine is set to -35 degreesI'll try that -- still trying to figure out the correct MAF range for it; I also lost redline flames when I added that little bit more fuel on the last revision.
There's no real way to tell if I need more fuel/air/timing or less fuel/air/timing for a larger flame than what i had before, right? What I had was the slightest little bit of orange, which is cool and all, but for all I know its inconsistent anyways.