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baseinjectordata [2009/08/21 17:18]
gamble
baseinjectordata [2010/02/26 13:11]
twdorris
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 These values were gathered from various sources. ​ These may not match exactly with the values you've seen elsewhere, but they should be fairly close. ​ The problem is that each injector can behave a little differently from another of the same size and manufacturer. ​ So there'​s some variation that simply can't be accounted for in all cases. ​ Start with the values listed below and fine tune from there. These values were gathered from various sources. ​ These may not match exactly with the values you've seen elsewhere, but they should be fairly close. ​ The problem is that each injector can behave a little differently from another of the same size and manufacturer. ​ So there'​s some variation that simply can't be accounted for in all cases. ​ Start with the values listed below and fine tune from there.
  
-All of these values assume stock base fuel pressure (37psi for 1Gs and 43.for 2Gs).  Deadtime is listed as an adjustment to be entered into the ECMLink application,​ which is then applied on top of the calculated stock adjustment. ​ For more details on how to adjust for varying fuel pressure or how to use the fuel adjustment tab in ECMLink, see the [[fuelsettingshelp|Fuel Settings page]].+All of these values assume stock base fuel pressure (37psi for 1Gs and 42.for 2Gs).  Deadtime is listed as an adjustment to be entered into the ECMLink application,​ which is then applied on top of the calculated stock adjustment. ​ For more details on how to adjust for varying fuel pressure or how to use the fuel adjustment tab in ECMLink, see the [[fuelsettingshelp|Fuel Settings page]].
  
  
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