Stock 93-95 Prelude Si VTEC injectors?

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Re: Stock 93-95 Prelude Si VTEC injectors?

Post by Spunkster » Mon May 21, 2018 10:30 am

If it was tuned with those settings then leave them, as that is just a multiplier and does not alter the values in the tables themselves.

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Re: Stock 93-95 Prelude Si VTEC injectors?

Post by skaterguy1986 » Thu May 24, 2018 6:15 pm

Well I wanted to reduce them down to 310cc where they should be mainly because of the throttle tip being wacky. Seems like it was tossing too much fuel in whenever there was an abrupt throttle increase. I did this and based on how much I changed the idle area in the map percentage wise I just applied the same percentage change to the entire map making actually more than good enough to drive around on especially with closed loop enabled but will still need some tweaking.

At this point it seems that 310cc is the right size and the dead times from injector-rehab.com do work quite well, I think before when I tried them I wasn't watching the fuel map and realizing that my load index was moving around and not just the system voltage. At this point I can cycle any electrical load while in open loop and the AFR stays dead on without moving around.

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Re: Stock 93-95 Prelude Si VTEC injectors?

Post by G. Wiffington » Wed Jun 13, 2018 8:04 am

Can you post what you dead times were so I can compare them to mine? Since I am using the same exact injectors as well.

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Re: Stock 93-95 Prelude Si VTEC injectors?

Post by skaterguy1986 » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:36 pm

As you can see I also altered the voltage increments to match the sheet I had rather than trying to use what the software generally has set to make it much easier to enter in rather than trying to do a bunch of math.

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Re: Stock 93-95 Prelude Si VTEC injectors?

Post by G. Wiffington » Thu Jun 28, 2018 9:01 am

Thanks for the screenshot man!

I will put these dead times in when I get home from work & see how my setup likes it.

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