Haltech E6GM-8 on vn v6 turbo with 36 lb injectors.

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Haltech E6GM-8 on vn v6 turbo with 36 lb injectors.

Postby krawczuk » Tue Oct 09, 2007 1:51 pm

hi, i have a Haltech E6GM-8 on vn v6 commodore turbo with 36 lb injectors and 2 bar map sensor ,, and cant start the engine , , i put the std ones back in and it fires up , so what do i have to do so i can at least get the engine to run on the 36 lb injectors ?

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Re: Haltech E6GM-8 on vn v6 turbo with 36 lb injectors.

Postby HaltechScott » Thu Oct 11, 2007 2:37 pm

You will need to trim the fuel maps down and check the trigger / main / ignition / fuel setup in the software.
Also make sure the Haltech is seeing all the sensors it needs.
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Re: Haltech E6GM-8 on vn v6 turbo with 36 lb injectors.

Postby krawczuk » Thu Oct 11, 2007 3:28 pm

HaltechScott wrote:You will need to trim the fuel maps down and check the trigger / main / ignition / fuel setup in the software.
Also make sure the Haltech is seeing all the sensors it needs.



hi, how do i go about adjusting the trim ? and what is this trim control module ?? i am more familiar with the wolf and microtech , and the dos haltech software is a little hard to use at the moment till i get used to it .

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mark k

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Re: Haltech E6GM-8 on vn v6 turbo with 36 lb injectors.

Postby HaltechScott » Fri Oct 12, 2007 11:16 am

You could use a trim module (variable potentiometer) to trim the fuel down, but i wouldnt reccomend it as you would always need the trim to be installed.
Go into the fuel maps and select all the load bars, then pull the fuel down by a certain %. Do this for each RPM range.
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