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FTB question and FMU quetions

Old 03-25-2003, 06:07 PM
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Someone mentioned it in the cheapest fuel managment topic. I did a search and found its a "fuel on a trailerpark budget" but I didnt see anyone using it successfully or a web link on how to create one and what the do exactly.

I'm looking for some type of fuel managment. I have a d16y8 which will be running at 6 psi max on a p28 ecu. I will basically have the greddy setup minus the down pipe and charge pipes. I'm figuring on getting a vortec fmu or do that FTB. Its my understanding that I wont need to change out the injectors or fuel pump on that low of a boost. Is this correct?

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Old 03-25-2003, 06:41 PM
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The FTB is designed to be used with the DSM 450cc injectors.

If you're going to stick to low boost, I would use a Vortech FMU.
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Old 03-25-2003, 06:49 PM
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so in otherwords its all about getting more fuel to the engine at same conditions. I can upgrade my injectors and do that ghetto map trick or I get a FMU with a fuel pump. Will a larger fuel pump, pump more fuel at the same 'signal' as the other or will it need a higher 'signal' to pump more fuel? Do I need a bigger fuel pump for 6 psi? If I add an intercooler will I need more fuel even if I'm at the same boot level (6psi) ?

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Old 03-26-2003, 01:35 AM
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http://www.carolinahondas.com/forums...&threadid=1924

It's meant to be used with a chipped ECU to fine tune fuel, and control ignition retard.

Part Two won't happen, as any future write up will be done on the Georgehack OBD0 program, or Uberego's OBD1 boost code.
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Old 03-28-2003, 12:28 AM
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Hey, man, I feel you on the rigged ECU chipping theory. I email Hondata once or twice a day telling them to give that crap up, but they keep gigging people for huge chunks of money. The bastards.

BTW, you ever seen consistent fuel pressures or more importantly wideband A/F datalogs with an FMU and inline pump? You haven't, and won't.
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