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- Jul 7, 2005
How to get the proper dead time information will require we jump on the hyperlink bus......
We will then select the injector in question.
93-95 Cobra 24LB injectors Blue(Stock)
then hit load.....
In TunerStudio only 2 parameters matter, Deadtime and voltage correction. Dead time is based off of 13.2v so a bit of math is involved.......
.59-.50=.09 .09/10=.009 .009*2=.018 .59-.018=.572
So at 13.2v we have a dead time of .572
For the correction voltage it is ms/v so to do this we will take a mean correction from 12-14v
.81-.59=.22 .59-.50=.09 .22+.09=.31 .31/2=.155
This method of correction is not perfect of course because older style injectors are not as linear as the newer ones are. so the mean method will give you the lowest error. If you do not have heavy electrical loads you may be able to get away with using only positive correction numbers for the voltage correction.
In this instance i would go with a correction of .100
I hope this carifies things.
This Math needs to be added to your other thread to complete it