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Old 03-24-2005, 06:09 PM   #1
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Ok, I know to increase the Master Fuel, you decrease the #. Is the same principle used for the maps for the Fuel and Ignition?
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Actually, you only do that for Crank Enrichment - Master Fuel and Fuel map goes up if you needed more fuel
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And again, for your eductation,

Crank enrichment is the ONLY one where a lower # means more fuel.
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Apparently only the Link-1 V5 firmware changes it so that it's all consistent (higher number = more fuel)
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