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Turboedit injector sizing problem

Old 02-17-2007, 09:49 AM
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Ok made a basemap for my car to run on 450's. When i load my bin to the ostrich the car just runs pig rich and dies after a couple of seconds . So i took a bin of of Xenocron's site, this one > http://www.-------------/bins/index.p...ory=TurboEdit& and when i load it the damn car runs perfect. Ok but the bin above says its made with 450's but i noticed under properties that the map is running 240's what the hell All i know is the car is running good on this map so far.
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Old 02-17-2007, 10:24 AM
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Ok so i just downloaded another bin that is setup for 450's and when i go under properties its saying that the injectors are sized for 240's. So i guess thats normal when downloading someone else's bin.

Can someone chime in and tell me whats wrong with the bin below that i made?
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Old 02-18-2007, 06:49 PM
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looks like you could have a little less fuel in the lower rpms at idle on your map. what turbo and motor are you runnng?
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Default Re: Turboedit injector sizing problem

The injector sizing is pretty much for when you want to change from a 240 to a 450 or other size. It rescales the map according to the size you wish to run, but always resets itself on the size listed back to 240cc. Don't worry, it's normal. Just make a note of what size injector is being run so you don't forget and accidently try to scale it again lol.
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Old 02-18-2007, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by sikcrx89
looks like you could have a little less fuel in the lower rpms at idle on your map. what turbo and motor are you runnng?
Yeah i got it figured out. By the way its a dohc zc with a t3/t4 60 trim. I tuned the vac. portion of the maps last night finally. Now i just gotta put the boost controller on and tune the boost portion of the map.

Ive got a problem with my idle though. The car idles fine at cold start up, but once the car is warm its a different story. I'll do a pull let off the gas and the rpm's will dip down into the 5 or 600's just for a second. When it does this the car about stalls out then it idles back up into the 900's and is fine. It didnt used to do this.

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