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Old 01-02-2008, 10:27 PM   #21
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start low and add a lil at a time. otherwise you can flood and you gotta wait.

when you go to tune if you are using auto-tune EGO must be set to 1, not 0.

If you plan to log and then use VE Analyzer to tune you willl have better results with EGO set to 0 and accel enrichments turned off. make sure car is warmed up to 160F so Warmup enrichments aren't active.
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I'm pretty sure my cranking and after start enrich is setup okay, after all the car fired right up immediately with the settings, its the warmup wizard thats got my mind blown.




Using the stock pump, FPR, and 254cc Brown top injectors
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Old 01-02-2008, 10:59 PM   #23
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sorry, i can't help you. i guess i'm just lucky but i've had no issues with any of that cranking or warming enrichment stuff. my car just starts and stays running. has since i plugged in the PNP
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So you're using the base settings with PNP for all of that? Dang.. I might just have to rob their settings.
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people keep posting in response to various settings questions to just use the PNP settings
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Their settings were way different than mine. If so many PNPs fire right up no matter what, they obviously know what they're doing so I'm gonna give their settings a shot. Can't hurt anything, and if anything its a good base to start with.

Hardware stuff is simple for me, in every aspect. Software is what really intimidated me when it comes to this kinda stuff.
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Old 01-02-2008, 11:33 PM   #27
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pnp settings didnt work for me... and dwell was too high (fried both coils)
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pnp settings didnt work for me... and dwell was too high (fried both coils)
Stock or COPs? From the archive I found that the optimal dwell for the Toyota COP is 2.5-2.6ms, yet DIY has us running 5ms cranking and 4.5 for running...

I'm really struggling here to get all of this correct because I don't really want to be buying yet ANOTHER set of coils and am forced to guess what the Cranking Dwell is supposed to be set to.. Guess I'm gonna try 3ms and see what happens.
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my car ran fine with the stock coils with the DIY dwell settings at 5.5 cranking & 4.4 running.

when i installed the COPS i set them to 3.5 cranking, 2.5 running. Figured i'd keep the cranking about 1ms higher as before. Car fired right up and hasn't had an issue yet.
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stock coils. i fried them at 4.5/5.5 dwell settings per mspnp. right now im running around 2.6/2.8 or something like that and it works like a charm
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well 96-97 are different as Scott had posted.
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Old 01-03-2008, 02:11 PM   #32
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i am using all settings from the 94/95 PNP msq and my 96 started and ran fine
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