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Old 09-28-2005, 06:36 PM   #1
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Default In a sense wouldnt a map for Rallitek PerfectPower be the same as....

would a map say tuned for my00 rs at 5psi with perfectpower piggyback be the same as an emanage sence they both are adjusted via additional inj map?

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Old 09-28-2005, 09:43 PM   #2
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PP does NOT work the same as Emanage in any way. Emanage actually adds pulse width to the primary injectors after scaling them down via MAF/MAP correction. PP has no connection to the stock injectors other than MAF/MAP correction. If you want to adjust fueling as an "additional injection" style map (ie boost compensation sort of) you will need a 5th injector for staged injection with the PP.

That is the heart of why the Emanage is so great. You tune out you bigger injectors with the MAP / MAF correction essentially attempting to tune it for NA with bigger injectors. Then you add the fuel back in via the Additional injection map with respect to boost.

That being said the emanage "additional injection" and the PP's staged secondary injectors are tuned and preform in similar ways. Looking at an emanage "additional injection" map might give you a baseline for a PP injection map, but the injector sizing will have to be compensated for actually, which is never linear - so you are better of starting from scratch or doing some basic calculations to baseline the map.

The "Secondary Injection" map on the emanage is equivalent to the Injection map on the PP.
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Old 09-28-2005, 10:07 PM   #3
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i need a base map, im adding up to 60% in add inj map at 4psi with 280cc inj, does that sound like overkill or what? im also retarding timing -7 degrees....egt in 5th the other day on highway went up to 1500 then i let off that was at 5psi but through 1-3rd egts hit only 1350ish
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Old 09-29-2005, 06:36 PM   #4
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My EGTs go to 1500 at 8psi WOT at redline... 1350 seems like you are choking it on fuel or playing around too much with the timing... = loosing power.
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i agree with maxiav

I suggest you visit www.zeitronix.com and build yourself a map for real with WB
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