opinions on my efi journy

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Re: opinions on my efi journy

Postby jakes_hachiroku » Sat Nov 14, 2020 10:07 am

jondee86 wrote:Yeah... oversize injectors don't make any more power :) If you are using Denso injectors
just check that you have the right clips. The high res injectors have a different clip to low
res injectors so you might need to order some new clips.

Cheers... jondee86


yea right now I have 7mgte injectors in there now that I have to wire the clips for . now with the high impedance once Ill have to use different clips again XD XD

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Re: opinions on my efi journy

Postby refrwiz » Thu Jan 14, 2021 5:43 pm

I am looking for the type of distributor with a 24 point rotor similar to what is seen in the photo in this thread. I just converted my 4AGE back to EFI (aftermarket). The LINK_ATOM II ECU sends the spark signal to an MSD 6530 AL2-A ignition box, now used as an ignitor. My distributor is producing a spark that does not stay steady, it jumps up in advance and then goes back.

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Re: opinions on my efi journy

Postby jondee86 » Fri Jan 15, 2021 2:06 am

Have you tried locking the timing in the ECU to see if that calms things down ?

You presently have two items that are capable of changing the timing with rpm...
the MSD (programmable timing curve) and the ECU (ignition map). If both are active
then your timing will jump around.

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