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Oh yeah - without the secondaries you will be in serious trouble.  The engine will run fine on light load without them, but as soon as you add load they will need to play a big part.

I see if I can download the data from my M800 set-up for the secondaries.

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Thanks Mike, I've been wondering for a while now. Wha about on startup? John

Your description of how an injector works is correct... however there are two types of fuel injector -- high impedence and low impedence. The high impedence injector requires 12v to stay open and is s

The issue with the secondaries is usually that the person who re-installs them doesn't get them sealed correctly...  The secondaries are side/galley fed rather than top fed, and the sealing o-ring is

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5 hours ago, mike_sekinger said:

Oh yeah - without the secondaries you will be in serious trouble.  The engine will run fine on light load without them, but as soon as you add load they will need to play a big part.

I see if I can download the data from my M800 set-up for the secondaries.

That would be most appreciated. I’m reading that they are sprayed at a constant  frequency kinda like meth nozzles. 

 

Also i haven’t given the timing curve a lot of advance due to not knowing what it wants. I’m at 16 degrees at 170kpa

Never had a good running car to be able to read the Bosch ecu with a obd2 scanner. 

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