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ClintBHP

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  1. If you are timing the injectors using 'end of injection' then you want to make sure that the injector stops firing as soon as the inlet cam has closed, there is no point in firing it on the back of a closed valve. This is not the problem thought I wouldn't have thought.

    Please post your map and log for further assistance.


  2. If you can get wheel speed sensors on each wheel then it is well worth while just to get an average wheel speed.

    4wd - use 4 speed sensors

    FWD - Use 2 front and 1 rear min

    RWD - Use gearbox output and one front if you are not likely to lift a wheel, 2 if you are.


  3. No Brianer, the Link CAN Lambda as we have the ability to see the controller status of the sensor, plus the ECU can extend the life of the sensor by many fold due to starting and stopping the heater at the correct times.


  4. Hi Keith, you can get Engine Speed on PID0C and vehicle speed on PID0D for setting the run up via OBD, select the CAN port select user defined, select the highest speed your dyno will read OBD in, usually 500kbs, and then check the ISO 15764-4  checkbox on the right.


  5. MAP is reactive to engine load, just because you put your foot down does not mean the engine is immediately loaded, without seeing your map file I would suggest you work on your Acell fueling, double check the acell load axis is set to TPS.

    As you can see in your log the engine is going very lean.

     

     

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