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Hello There all,

Here's Mine SpeJDM H22a
-CP 8:5.1 87mm Pistons
-Walbro 450 lph fuel pump
-Golden Eagle Fuel Rail
-Fuel LAB FPR set on 50psi
-id 1000cc Injectors
-GM 3-Bar Map Sensor
-All-techwire mill spec rychemed made by me
-Link ecu G4+ obd 1 plug in

here is it @13 Psi on pump gas on mustang dyno.
http://youtu.be/bI6YLhyPjD8

 

Main issue is cold start up spark plugs will be flooded by injectors in it wont start,

and I've update and re adjust IAT & ECT Oem Sensor Voltage its totally Reading wrong.

Be my gust if you need These settings For Honda OBD-1,  B/H/D Engines.

ECT

http://80-img_4114_81069b139f07de15dab40928f2a0

IAT

http://80-img_4116_73755a758f289e373e92621dd93f

 

 

Regarding cold start any help guys thanks.

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Guys regarding the ect and iat sensor i added the voltage but its reading same befor incorrectly can you clarify wich cal 1 & 2& 3 are for is cal 1 is the ect please help.

 

See the red arrows in picture below, this is how you set the sensor input to use Cal table one etc.  Also did you already try the Honda calibrations (blue arrows)?

If you post your .pclr file and a log of a cold start I will take a look and see if I can improve it.

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See the red arrows in picture below, this is how you set the sensor input to use Cal table one etc.  Also did you already try the Honda calibrations (blue arrows)?

If you post your .pclr file and a log of a cold start I will take a look and see if I can improve it.

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yes i use the hondas its not reading correctly but now i got it i will set the

red arrow to cal 2 for ect an cal 3 for iat thanks allot bud.

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