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Old Aug 23, 2011, 04:02 AM
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Accel enrichment & injectors

Do accel enrichment values need to be modified when installing larger injectors?
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Old Aug 24, 2011, 06:29 AM
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Unless something's changed recently, the tables labeled "accel enrich" are actually incorrect and don't need to be messed with.
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tables are wrong in all rom versions?
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I think so. In my current version of ecuflash, the accel enrichment table is actually named "accel enrich (incorrect)"

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tables are wrong in all rom versions?
actually it should be called "baro intake compensation" (or close to it) - it has nothing to do with injectors - but very sensible for different types of intake systems.
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I was tuning a Subaru, & had to adjust what is called 'tip-in enrichment' in proportion to larger injectors installed which made acceleration much smoother. I wondered if Evo roms had a similar table to adjust when upgrading injectors.

I'll have to say that I just installed RC1000cc on an Evo, scaled it at 914cc & running latency of .600 & everything seems fine so far.
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actually it should be called "baro intake compensation" (or close to it) - it has nothing to do with injectors - but very sensible for different types of intake systems.
Did anybody attempt to tune it when upgrading intake?
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Did anybody attempt to tune it when upgrading intake?
it is tuned in TMR220, in FQ360
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Would you have a pic of the map? Piqued my curiosty
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