Kinjflow Calculator

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Kinjflow Calculator

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Well i have had this for a while and been slowly tweaking it and i've been adding more functionality to it as i go along.... finally decided to get it out there for people to help in working in that all important injector flow figure for the old delco conversion or injector upgrade.

So you will see once you load it there are a few fields to populate:

* injector lb/hr
* cylinder size
* and select petrol type from the pull down menu.

once you do that it should do the rest for you.
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nice work but isnt this version 1.04 :mrgreen:
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all previous versions had no version number so this is v1.00 :D
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Quick Question the Cylinder size is in cc or cu in or something different again?
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Hi all,

Quick question am I right to assume that 'Cyl Size' is in litres?
ie 355ci = 5.8174 litres
5.8174 / 8(cyl) = 0.727175965 <- and this value is used in the spreadsheet calc?

meaning my Kinjflow value is .048

Reason I ask i have a 355 holden with 60lb inj (@43.5 psi)

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yep, 0.048 is correct. also most standard xdf's only have 2 digits after the point in the kinjflow, so add another significant digit for it to show properly.
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Thanks Mate, yeah i up'ed the decimals shown.
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thought this update was posted, but anyway here it is a few extra's added in for conversion, checked by holden202, this thread should prob stick to yeh?
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agreed and done!
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I thought id upload my version of the kinjflow ive just made it a little easier to understand nothing else has changed.

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