Injector Flow Testing Data

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yep no doubt it will, though so far i haven't had demand for much over 42lb, though really it's only the high DC and RPM tests that will test it, low stuff and calibration type runs wont be an issue. I am toying with purchasing a used HP Switching Control unit and setting up automated runs with the psu and pcm.
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you can also test only 4 injectors at a time to give you the capacity if needed!
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sorry dont follow? i can run any number.
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Less injectors less flow required, won't max out the pump, I think that's what he's getting at.
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yeh thought so.
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Did some testing on brand new Bosch 1000cc injectors from Jayme
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definitely looks like more of a misty spray than the deka's direct stream hehe :)
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nice action shots there.

Whats with the 0 dead times below 8V?
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no go, they need'd quiet a bit of time and even then very erratic. cranking usually doesn't go below 10v so shouldn't need it, but can put the default max in 3.89
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oh ok.

So basically they don't operate properly below that voltage.
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