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Old 04-08-2013, 10:09 PM
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Tuning big injectors

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Anyone with large injectors in a 6.0L knows low speed coasting injector chatter, injectors can be heard clicking on and off below 45-50 MPH when coasting at 0 throttle position. When EOT is warm some will even go to a partial lope.

Well we have broke some new tuning ground last week. I believe it may be a needle in the hay stack find. After trying everything and all but giving up i made an awesome discovery in tuning. With large injectors PW at low TP can truly be trimmed back to where any large injector will run exactly like stock. No elevated idle what so ever no hanging throttle no injector chatter, big injectors will have stock injector manners. Up till now the only true fix was FICM tuning.

I was on the PH with Eric from IDP and shared the info with him and also sent him the value file so IDP can provide these new tunes. Just ask for new big injector tuning, you won’t regret it

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Old 04-09-2013, 09:13 AM
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Anyone with large injectors in a 6.0L knows low speed coasting injector chatter, injectors can be heard clicking on and off below 45-50 MPH when coasting at 0 throttle position. When EOT is warm some will even go to a partial lope.

Well we have broke some new tuning ground last week. I believe it may be a needle in the hay stack find. After trying everything and all but giving up i made an awesome discovery in tuning. With large injectors PW at low TP can truly be trimmed back to where any large injector will run exactly like stock. No elevated idle what so ever no hanging throttle no injector chatter, big injectors will have stock injector manners. Up till now the only true fix was FICM tuning.

I was on the PH with Eric from IDP and shared the info with him and also sent him the value file so IDP can provide these new tunes. Just ask for new big injector tuning, you won’t regret it

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very nice JESSE
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Old 04-09-2013, 09:39 AM
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Cool beans Jesse. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
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I am interested to know how you went about this without FICM tuning. Bill does all of the tuning here at PHP but I personally am curious. Are you creating this by "spoofing" a value? Never the less good job!!
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I am interested to know how you went about this without FICM tuning. Bill does all of the tuning here at PHP but I personally am curious. Are you creating this by "spoofing" a value? Never the less good job!!
Yes sir, It's a table that is hidden.
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your the man jesse
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Awesome info. Thanks.
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Old 04-09-2013, 11:49 PM
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Yes sir, It's a table that is hidden.
Jesse is there anyway to make a 175/75 not smoke while in neutral or park and applying throttle? And anyway to reduce fuel to make it more efficient when there's slight lag?
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I'm trying to figure this out, you found a new fuel table that is hidden or a new way to manipulate the current fuel table?

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Good to know Jess!
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