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Old 06-05-2017, 07:58 AM
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Data for the 60s.
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32# LS2 injectors?
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Data for Siemens 80lbs Injectors. EFILive and HPT data. I'd leave the Fuel to Wall Transient stock. But if you notice any lean or rich conditions on throttle tip in, modify to this. The Min Fuel Mg or Transient Min Mg is a pulsewidth adjustment for idle. Do change this.

The rest are standard issue adjustments. If you have a boost-referenced FPR, just use the IFR Flow at 0 and carry across. Same for the offset table. Use the values in the 0 column/row (depending on EFILive or HPT) and carry across.


Thank you for this! Question.
1- On (Min PW) what value do I put, I only have the option to put 1 value, do I put 0.5927?
2- I don't see the tab or option on HP- Tuners for (Transient Min Pulsewidth) to put the 0.016 value.
3- If I'm using boost referenced FPR, when you say use the IFR at 0, do you mean that at 0 insert flow of 94.62?


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Boost referenced, just use the first value in the IFR table and offset table. Since it won't change with kPa...

What OS are you running?
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I'm using a 2007 express van ecu ..os 12613248
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Originally Posted by eaglegoat View Post
GM# 12576341 = Data converted from 2006 Z06
GM# 12609749 = Data converted from 2010 Escalade
GM# 12613412 = Data converted from 2010 2500 Silverado

Any questions ask away. To everyone that has asked me for this data over the last several months I'm sorry I didn't get it too you. I've been (actually still am) working overseas.

As with everything on the internet, use this information at your own risk.
Eaglegoat, I just found your thread on HP Tuners and this one with the data on these 12609749 injectors and noticed that, in the tune you posted above, you carried the numbers down one row too many in the "offset vs volts vs vac" chart. I'm comparing this to the file name "KP data" that you posted on the HP Tuners forum. Just a heads up for you and anyone else running those injectors. Here is said file:
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what do i do to read all the files? do i need hptuners?
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That's one of the options. There's a few software packages out there to choose from, the most well known/used are HPTuners and EFIlive.
HPTuners is a little less expensive of the those two and has a wider user base, therefore, you're more likely to get a quick answer to questions you may develop after downloading/viewing your file.

There are a few things, I'm told, you can do with EFIlive that are not available in HPTuners(at least when this was said to me). But that was a feature like enabling a timing change for application of a N2O system while you were driving. Something which the average daily driver probably would not find a need.

You can download the HPTuners software for free to play around with it but you'll need to buy the cable/get the license to actually use it on your car.

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what do i do to read all the files? do i need hptuners?
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thanks, im using efilive. i managed to open the xlsx files by downloading some software, but still cant see the hpt file (deka 60).
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Yeah, I'm betting EFILive and HPT are using proprietary file formats. Send me the HPT file and I'll screen shot the Fuel Injector data for you, if that is what you need.
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I just bought a set of Deka 80lb and downloaded the injector data but it's incomplete for the efilive tables, has anyone used these with efilive? I got some data from the seller too but also incomplete.
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You need to be more specific. You dont change every single injector table when swapping injectors.
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I'll have to make a spreadsheet with everything in it tabbed.

EFILive and HPT use the same tables (as they are the GM tables) but how they read and present them is of course different. But if you can pull them off the spreadsheet, you can copy them into the file of your choice.

And you don't have to change everything. Just 4-5 tables.

In fact, most tables you shouldn't have to change. They are control tables set by GM. Messing with them will have you chasing your tail.
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Originally Posted by JakeFusion View Post
Data for the 60s.
Got my genuine SDs today. Going to try this on my vette.

Data is 4 bar, right?
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Default 60 lb data legit in 04 Z06

Starts and idles great. Going to drive it around tomorrow.
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Excellent.

It pays to use injectors with known data. Makes all the difference in the world.

And with stock 28s, GTP 36s, LS3 39s, L9H Flex 42s, Ford GT500 47s, ZL1 52s, and the Mototron 60s and 80s... you have a whole spectrum of good injectors with good data.

Above that and I recommend going to Injector Dynamics.
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Default 60 SD needs tweaking

May have spoke too soon. Getting some strange behavior when driving. Had to decrease the IFR quite a bit. Still tweaking.

However, this is definitely a good start!
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Originally Posted by eaglegoat View Post
GM# 12576341 = Data converted from 2006 Z06
GM# 12609749 = Data converted from 2010 Escalade
GM# 12613412 = Data converted from 2010 2500 Silverado

Any questions ask away. To everyone that has asked me for this data over the last several months I'm sorry I didn't get it too you. I've been (actually still am) working overseas.

As with everything on the internet, use this information at your own risk.
The injector data you have for the GM# 12613412 = Data converted from 2010 2500 Silverado is different than the data i seen on hptuners in a excel spreadsheet. I just want to make sure yours is correct since i will be using these injectors in the near future for a friend.

https://www.hptuners.com/forum/showt...-in-ls1-format

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Does anyone have data for Bosch 0280155968 Green Giants? Cheers

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Originally Posted by svt_z06 View Post
May have spoke too soon. Getting some strange behavior when driving. Had to decrease the IFR quite a bit. Still tweaking.

However, this is definitely a good start!
Did you carry the IFR over from the first cell and hold it steady across all kPa? If boost referenced, you only use the first cell.

Also... your VE may be off. Set the IFR and then tune the VE.
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