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Old 04-01-2010, 01:02 AM
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Where do I view Injector Duty Cycle with Adaptronic. I can't seem to find it in Wari.
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if it's not on the F11 screen, it may be in help --> calculation trace
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There's no logging of injector duty cycle is there?
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AFAIK its all just opening time in ms.
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Yeah I haven't found it in Wari either
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you want easy? plug this equation into MLV and name it "DC" in the custom fields section.

Field Name:
DC

Formula:
100*[Inj (ms)]/(2*60000/[RPM])

it'll give you the duty cycle as a displayable graph.
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I want it hard.
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Originally Posted by neogenesis2004 View Post
I want it hard.
try a pump.


fyi, the units will be in percent even though I didn't put that anywhere.
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Speaking of pumps, what does the "Pump" value mean that is logged at times? Something to do with acceleration enrichment?
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Originally Posted by saboteur View Post
Speaking of pumps, what does the "Pump" value mean that is logged at times? Something to do with acceleration enrichment?
huh, i never noticed. but based on context and how it spikes only during TPS increases... what do you think it might be?
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That formula is how we've been calculating the duty cycle it just didn't make sense for there to be no duty cycle gauge already in Wari. Thanks Y8s.
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i guess you just need to calculate once and determine what your maximum pulsewidth is at redline. it's not really something you have to monitor a lot if you have some headroom.
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