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Old 09-12-2013, 12:07 PM   #1
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Default Tuning id1000's with MS1

I bought a set of id1000's if a fully built BP with a Compturbo ct4-6062. I am using a MS1 extra running the hi res code. How hard is it to configure my current setup to get it to run with these injectors. I am at 18psi and am maxing out my 620cc injectors if I go any higher. I am wanting to get up to between 24-26psi hence the new injectors. Any help would be appreciated.

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Should work fine. I'm running dw800's, and while they aren't quite as big they are actually a older less responsive injector than the ID's. I still got mine to idle perfectly @14's afr on my MS1 w/ hi-rez.

Or are you asking exactly what to do step-by-step to get these running? If that is your question, you best search around because nobody will spoon feed you that. It's really easy though.

Good luck!
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I've done it before. Its not going to be perfect, and you'll have to run em fat like fireindc says (14 or so afr) but its do-able.
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I think you just scale your req fuel for the change and adjust the deadtimes.
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If 14 is a fat idle, mine is gluttonous. I'm around 12.8-13.
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If 14 is a fat idle, mine is gluttonous. I'm around 12.8-13.
Mine is 14's when it's first started up, and warmed up to operating temp - but after a good flogging something must be off with my temp enticements, because it goes to a mid 12. Ahh, so much to learn. The glory of having an EMS more capable than its tuner.
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The glory of having an EMS more capable than its tuner
Ha, I agree!

Mine is sitting at 12.8 - 13 as well. Haven't got to fine tuning the idle afr's yet.
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