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Old 05-06-2012, 03:17 PM   #1
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im switching from 27lb ls1 injectors to a 41lb? ls3 injectors in a ls1 car... Im struggling finding the injector offset table. i already have the flow rate vs pressure table.

is there any other tables that i need??? HEELP PLEASE!
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Can you look up an oem ls3 tune in the repository for the missing data.
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yea that's part of the problem, I downloaded a stock 2010 camaro 6.2 tune to compare to my ls1's tune and basically all the injector tables are written differently soo I'm unable to copy/paste I'm assuming this is do to the computer change to e38 pcm's, basically I need a ls1 tuned for ls3 injectors that I can copy/paste or someone to tell me exactly what to change...
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Also I'm useing hp tuners.
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Are you running an aftermarket referenced regulator, or the stock fuel setup?
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Try this out(highlight copy and paste the yellow highlighted cells)... Somebody can double check me if they wish because I just threw it together quick.

www.brewspeed.com/ls3 injector.xlsx

**I made the assumption that you are running the factory fuel system @ 60 psi. If you aren't I would need to redo the spreadsheet.
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Thanks man that's exactly what we were looking for, we have a corvette filter with internal reguator. The actual pressure measured at the rail is aprox. 58-60psi if that makes any difference to anything? And also with this table and flow rate vs kpa is that the only changes I need to make?
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Thanks man that's exactly what we were looking for, we have a corvette filter with internal reguator. The actual pressure measured at the rail is aprox. 58-60psi if that makes any difference to anything? And also with this table and flow rate vs kpa is that the only changes I need to make?
Double check the short pulse adder, min pulse, and short pulse limit then give it a whirl. I don't have my hptuner computer with me now, so I would have to check later.
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