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Old 05-06-2014, 11:43 PM   #1
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I was going to put the supplied injector latencies into the base map but my dead time voltages are not the same as provided by Injector Dynamics. In RomRaider I am unable to change the voltage column in the injector latency table. Is it possible to change the Voltage column in this table to match the dead times sheet or do I have to guess and check. Provided voltage values are 8 10 12 14 16 and in the 05 wrx latency voltage column shows 6.5 9 11.5 14 16.5. is there something im missing? Any help appreciated..


I think I figured it out I changed the values in the definition file. And now they match in the rom... If anyone is listening... am I in the right here?


Okay so I changed the values in RomRaider but the values in ecu flash are still 6.5 9 11.5 14 16.5...
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Old 05-07-2014, 09:48 AM   #2
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I was going to put the supplied injector latencies into the base map but my dead time voltages are not the same as provided by Injector Dynamics. In RomRaider I am unable to change the voltage column in the injector latency table. Is it possible to change the Voltage column in this table to match the dead times sheet or do I have to guess and check. Provided voltage values are 8 10 12 14 16 and in the 05 wrx latency voltage column shows 6.5 9 11.5 14 16.5. is there something im missing? Any help appreciated..


I think I figured it out I changed the values in the definition file. And now they match in the rom... If anyone is listening... am I in the right here?


Okay so I changed the values in RomRaider but the values in ecu flash are still 6.5 9 11.5 14 16.5...

Welcome fellow New Mexican I'm sure you can find the values people use around the forums.


You're not far from Camtuning, ever thought about getting tuned by Cam?
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Old 05-07-2014, 11:08 AM   #3
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Hi there I have considered getting tuned by cam! I've been tuning my own car with stock injectors for a while so I have never had the chance to figure this part out, I've found many threads with the latencies used by other users but they are all for different voltages than what are showed in my latency value table. I changed the romraider definition to show the right voltage. But when I open the same room in ecu flash it shows the old voltage... I was working on zero sleep last night and had been awake for about 36 hours. Maybe I was just tired but I'll be working on it again today...
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Hi there I have considered getting tuned by cam! I've been tuning my own car with stock injectors for a while so I have never had the chance to figure this part out, I've found many threads with the latencies used by other users but they are all for different voltages than what are showed in my latency value table. I changed the romraider definition to show the right voltage. But when I open the same room in ecu flash it shows the old voltage... I was working on zero sleep last night and had been awake for about 36 hours. Maybe I was just tired but I'll be working on it again today...
Cool man. Can't you just interpolate the data from the datasheet? That should give you a good starting point. I guess rescaling the axis in ecuflash could work to but most people don't do that.
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Old 05-07-2014, 02:44 PM   #5
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That's what I have now I was just wondering how people were changing the volts column. I downloaded a couple roms with the same injectors and the voltage columns match what's in the dead times sheet I have.
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Old 05-13-2014, 12:22 PM   #6
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Ha, I don't know how I missed this thread in my search, but I posted a similar question. I assumed all 16-bit ECUs have this set of voltages, so I posted it as such. Anyway, my car has those voltages and I submitted a support ticket to ID and they got right back to me with this table:



http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2629120
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Old 05-13-2014, 08:44 PM   #7
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Wow thanks for that! I interpolated and got good values but its good to have them straight from ID
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Old 05-19-2014, 08:47 PM   #8
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Wow thanks for that! I interpolated and got good values but its good to have them straight from ID
No prob. By the way I'm curious what you ended up with for scaling. I saw so many threads claiming these were less than 1000cc or whatever, but I found the numbers on the spec sheet to be spot on.
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Old 05-19-2014, 11:24 PM   #9
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No prob. By the way I'm curious what you ended up with for scaling. I saw so many threads claiming these were less than 1000cc or whatever, but I found the numbers on the spec sheet to be spot on.
I did as well. Ive used their exact data for the various base pressure settings have tried. And on a number of other cars ive tuned or helped tune i have ran IDs data exactly as given. Only have experience with the 1000s. I want to try out the 1300s.
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