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Old 01-03-2013, 06:55 PM   #11
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Update : Chet's genius self figured out my wideband problem, and it was just the formula. We're still scaling the injectors in though. Im assuming / once they're done, we can begin making pulls. (:
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Update : Chet's genius self figured out my wideband problem, and it was just the formula. We're still scaling the injectors in though. Im assuming / once they're done, we can begin making pulls. (:
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Old 01-04-2013, 06:29 AM   #15
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Yea i'm reading that formula is gonna be a tricky lil hoe..I'm going to have to do most of the same mods as you Octane minus the turbo of course..How hard is it to scale the injectors? i thought if u were provided values to plug in for scaling (like MAP injectors include) You were good to go..had no idea it could take this long for JUST scaling..But getting it right the first time is always more important, regardless of time

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Scaling takes time. You can't just "plug in" the latency values (although all of us tuner wish it was that easy!). Injectors are typically flow tested after manufacturing and injectors with similar latency and flow characteristics are packaged together. The exact same type of injector can require different settings to run right. The provided values are a good starting point, but typically you'll still have to make some adjustments.
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Scaling takes time. You can't just "plug in" the latency values (although all of us tuner wish it was that easy!). Injectors are typically flow tested after manufacturing and injectors with similar latency and flow characteristics are packaged together. The exact same type of injector can require different settings to run right.
Out of curiosity, are some injectors easier to scale than others? I'm not talking about quality, I don't want to start an attack on the vendors....plus higher quality could mean more difficulty for all I know. But are some easier to work with than other from a tuner perspective?
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Out of curiosity, are some injectors easier to scale than others? I'm not talking about quality, I don't want to start an attack on the vendors....plus higher quality could mean more difficulty for all I know. But are some easier to work with than other from a tuner perspective?
I believe the closer to stock size the easier they are to dial in.
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Out of curiosity, are some injectors easier to scale than others? I'm not talking about quality, I don't want to start an attack on the vendors....plus higher quality could mean more difficulty for all I know. But are some easier to work with than other from a tuner perspective?
Some injectors are easier to scale because all you have to do is plug in the injector scaling and latencies and make a couple adjustments and they are good to go. Other injectors aren't that easy, like DW's, but that doesn't mean that they aren't good injectors

2000's aren't easy to dial in because of their size but 1000-1600's are easy
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*PHEW* sounds like i made a good choice with the MAPs then lol

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Some injectors are easier to scale because all you have to do is plug in the injector scaling and latencies and make a couple adjustments and they are good to go. Other injectors aren't that easy, like DW's, but that doesn't mean that they aren't good injectors

2000's aren't easy to dial in because of their size but 1000-1600's are easy
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