About Jackson racing Hondata MAP sensor spacer

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About Jackson racing Hondata MAP sensor spacer

Post by takashi » Thu May 18, 2006 11:21 pm

Hi, anyone please give me advice. I have 95 integra gsr with JR superchager, and I've just get S300 ECU, and 440cc injecter from JR. Also It came with MAP sensor spacer. I haven't install 440cc injcter, but I installed MAP spacer, however running was so bad at the time so I just put back again. I might be install worng? or do I need to do somthing to ECU? Please help me out.

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Post by Spunkster » Fri May 19, 2006 9:18 am

Install the 440 cc injectors.

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Post by picnic_george » Fri May 19, 2006 8:30 pm

Spunkster wrote:Install the 440 cc injectors.
Definitely.
And I was wondering if you could upload the .skl file. I want to see exactly what Jacksons s300 tune looks like compared to the one I'm running.

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Post by takashi » Sun May 21, 2006 3:57 pm

Thanks you very much for your advice. I installed 440cc RC injecter, and MAP spacer. also I download B18CSuperchager 440cc injecter from Calibrations forum, and update to ECU. running is much better but I still feel that need to do somthing for it. I don't know. for my feeling that original injecter, and no MAP spacer was better running. If anyone have same tuninng (below) , please give me a advice.

JRSC, JR High Performance Fuel Pump, JR 160 degree thermostat, Hondata S300 with JR MAP Sensor Spacer, AEM Intake with HKS Super Mega fullow ( Inlet Size (mm) 70, Element Size (mm) 150), NGK Spark plug, and wire. DC 4-1 Header, OBX? HIGH FLOW CATALYTIC CONVERTER, and APEXi N1 Ex system with silencer.

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Post by Spunkster » Mon May 22, 2006 9:58 am

You will need to use the map relocator. Do you have any check engine lights? Youw ill also need to ue a multimeter to measure the resistance of your injectors and make sure you use the correct calibration. The files in the forum are the same files Jackson Racing uses.

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Thanks again.

Post by takashi » Mon May 22, 2006 8:02 pm

thank you Spunkster. There is no engine light on. Actually, I just took back MAP sensor spacer, and put back to original again, also I just use Stock JDM P72 (92-95 B18C Integra) and fuel trim is changed to 440cc, and test drive. It was good running..... I don't know why whenever put MAP sensor spacer, running is bad? I have a question. If I don't put MAP sensor spacer, do you think no good for engine or ECU? I am kind of worried about it.

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Post by Spunkster » Tue May 23, 2006 9:15 am

You must use the map relocator or the ecu will not see boost and you will damage your engine from running to lean under boost. http://www.hondata.com/tech_jrscinstall.html

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Post by takashi » Tue May 23, 2006 10:37 pm

Hi, Spunkster. I put back MAP sensor spacer again beoucse I am affried that Engine gonna damage, but I don't use B18CSuperchager 440cc injecter Calibrations forum now. I just use Stock JDM P72 (92-95 B18C Integra) and fuel trim is changed to 440cc. except injecter, everything is stock. Is there any calibration forum for my spec? I still don't know if this is good running or not. Also I have a another question. I use radar detector for my car, but around 3000RPM, radar is start working.... Do you think It's not good for use it? May damage ECU?

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Post by picnic_george » Tue May 23, 2006 11:55 pm

I don't see a radar detector screwing anything up. As for your calibration. You really should take the car to a dyno and have it tuned to make sure it runs properly. A stock p72 calibration probably isn't the best one to use seeing as how a stock p72 has no boost maps on it.

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Post by Spunkster » Wed May 24, 2006 9:32 am

Test your injectors with a multimeter and measure the resistance across the 2 pins. Then use the jackson racing b18c calibration from the forum that matches: 12ohm for 12 ohm injectors or the other one for 16 ohm.

If you still have issues, then get the car to a dyno ASAP and get it properly tuned.

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Post by Zoomie » Wed May 24, 2006 5:05 pm

Spunkster: is there any benefit that's been noticed in using 12ohm instead of 16ohm injectors?

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Post by Spunkster » Thu May 25, 2006 9:57 am

no, but it matter which calibration you start with.

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