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Old 06-10-2008, 12:46 AM   #17 (permalink)
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90 day: 38.51 mpg (US)

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When I release the switch, the car runs fine and it doesnt stumble at all. This may be because it never really dies completely, however I'm thinking if there is a noticeable stumble and the ecu's trying to catch up it might be dumping fuel and making emissions go up anyway.

Now doing this on a diesel could be easier or maybe even harder...the injectors' pressures aren't any 43psi. I need to pick up that dwell meter toy from harbor freight and get a diagram of my harness. I'm planning on tearing out this engine and want to use the same ecu/harness to power a larger engine, so matching up fuel injectors will be an upfront issue in the future.
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