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Old 12-18-2018, 07:08 PM
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Need a little help on which injector offset data to use for the SD 80's listed on the Banish spreadsheet, there are 3 different tables with different labels. None of them align to the labels I see in my HP Tuner config.
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BTW

I have Jake Fusions SD 80 data as well (see sticky section above) and none of it matches up to Banish but Jake's will cut and paste 1 for 1 with the exception of transient fuel to wall, I actually can't find that in the fuel tabs.
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I can tell you on my 60's none of the data matched the tables. I matched up what I had and interpolated the rest. Fired right up and ran great.
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Banish's stuff is for the E38 and later PCMs.

Just use what's in the sticky. It works fine assuming your SD80s were flow-matched somewhere. They have a lot of variance in them... only downside to them. Worth the extra cash to have Racetronix or FIC flow-match them.
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Originally Posted by JakeFusion View Post
Banish's stuff is for the E38 and later PCMs.

Just use what's in the sticky. It works fine assuming your SD80s were flow-matched somewhere. They have a lot of variance in them... only downside to them. Worth the extra cash to have Racetronix or FIC flow-match them.

Thanks, the SD80's are flow matched and I am running a P59 PCM. I am using the data from the sticky with the exception of the "transient fuel to wall" I can't find that listed on the HPT config.

I have a vacuum referenced FPR and plan to hook that up soon and remove the scaled flow rates, I assume I use the flow rate associated to 0 vacuum across the range.
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That's correct on the scaling. Just use the zero vacuum cell across the range.

In the P59, I can't remember the OS layout for fuel, but if it has fuel>transient, it would be under transient fuel qualifications where min fuel milligrams is found.
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This helped, appreciate the info.
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Good! Glad it worked.
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Originally Posted by Darth_V8r View Post
I can tell you on my 60's none of the data matched the tables. I matched up what I had and interpolated the rest. Fired right up and ran great.
Hrmmm.... almost exactly what I recommended in the actual video that came with the data. The people who watched the DVD (and paid attention) remember that I said the data disc contains the RAW DATA and you must do some interpolation on your own to get an exact fit on some applications.
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