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Old 06-26-2007, 10:51 PM   #1
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Ive been wiring up my WI lately and my knocksense and got them all hooked up to power and such but i dont know for sure where js10 is for knocksense and not sure where to put the water injection which is js2 anyhone have a pic of there completed projects. and are you spose to solder them in?
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Your Devils Own system does not tie into the ecu at all except to utilize the map signal.
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Old 06-27-2007, 01:24 AM   #3
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no reason it couldn't or shouldn't.
There are 3 parameters you input under ADVANCED, WATER INJECTION: IAT, MAP, and RPM. Once all 3 thresholds are exceeded, output X3 is pulsed at the same rate as a fuel injector channel. Meaning as injector duty cycle increases, so does duty cycle on X3. Pick a nozzle(s) that equals 10% of your fuel injection capacity if you're intercooled or 20% if you're not. That will give you a constant proportion of WI to Fuel through the duration of the event. X3 shuts off when you lift.

You need a high speed valve.
WOT, does Devils Own have a HSV?

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The original poster has the Progressive system with controller. DO does have an HSV in the works. I do agree that would be the most ideal way.
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+1 complicated but definatly ideal.
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Actually its about as simple as it gets. Have the solenoid mimick IDC and you are in the ******* ball park.
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yup that's exactly what it does.
there's actually 2 outputs, one pulses at the same rate as fuel injector channel 2, the other is constant on....

so if you didn't have a hsv, you could run the constant on to the DO progressive controller, which would add the temp and rpm variables....

I'm waiting for the hsv, keep me informed

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