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  • Injection timing delay for v6 odd-fire

    Sorry guys, my pasted text keeps getting truncated on the download. Short and sweet question:

    For an odd-fire v6 with firing on 90-150-90-150, what should I use for ITD?
    ed
    Last edited by ecorl; March 12th, 2013, 04:48 AM. Reason: truncated text

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    Re: Injection timing delay for v6 odd-fire

    If it's a bank to bank system, don't worry about it... if it's a sequential system with oddfire support, set up its odd fire settings correctly and the injection should follow along.

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    • #3

      Re: Injection timing delay for v6 odd-fire

      Thanks Matt. Thats what I was hoping you would say because it makes sense. I'm just using MS2 for fuel only in standard batch above the blower (no ports) so I didnt think it would matter. I have a lot of coin in my motor so i'm reading everything several times, double checking everything, and asking plenty of stupid questions before i even turn a key. Excessive lean conditions are more of a concern during a load and I will work up to that point with caution. For out of the box start up, I just dont want to backfire through the blower. That can be hard on stuff.

      ed

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      • #4

        Re: Injection timing delay for v6 odd-fire

        To avoid backfire through the blower, spend plenty of time making sure your cranking timing is in the right place or near it, 0-10 advance during cranking will be ideal (yeah, I know, plenty of guys will tell you 30+ is fine cranking, but trust me and the OEMs).

        I do it with the plugs out, it's easier on the starter and easier to see the timing marks that way. If that's working, then you should be able to set up a cranking pulse based on your injector sizes (I can give you a ballpark figure) and it will fire right up.
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        • #5

          Re: Injection timing delay for v6 odd-fire

          hmmmm, you know i have never checked timing during cranking. I will check it. My blown v6 runs a total of 22 that comes in via stages with the electromotive ECU. Thanks
          ed

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