Injector Flow Testing Data

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Injector Flow Testing Data

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Quick question what does everyone expect or would like to see data wise on an injector flow sheet? For example i have a dummy one attached is some of it not needed or some is?
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That looks like the most thorough one ive seen to date :thumbup:
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added average flow rate and resistance, variation.
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if anyones interested also here's some photos i took of ev1 & ev6 injectors to compair spray pattern, same flow rate.

http://www.eyeit.org/Injector/EV1vsEV6/ev1vsev6.zip
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Looks good to me! Normally dont get much more than a flow reading for each injectors after getting them cleaned.
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ok thanks!
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also does everyone think the test pattern is ok, when i looked at most machines and flow test reports they weren't really done to your average driving conditions or limits.
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I am more interested if they could test lag time across the voltage range.

Anyone know if there is anyone that could do those tests?
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vlad01 wrote:I am more interested if they could test lag time across the voltage range.
How about a 3D graph L-R showing injected quantity vs pulse width and front to rear with decreasing voltage.
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