batch fire question?

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T-Bird24
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batch fire question?

Postby T-Bird24 » Wed Oct 17, 2018 7:26 pm

G'day
can i run a in-line 6 cylinder engine. using batch fire mode. its a EL ford falcon i am using a patch loom. so the standard injector wiring is INJ driver 1 has cylinder 1,5,3 and INJ driver 2 has cylinder 6,2,4. would the haltech ecu run this ok. or would there be some issues.
im thinking the one cylinder will be favored more fuel then the other 2. might cause some running problem??
thanks.

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Re: batch fire question?

Postby Peterson » Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:04 pm

T-Bird24 wrote:G'day

im thinking the one cylinder will be favored more fuel then the other 2.


It may be favored but at the average engine fuel requirements will be met.

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Re: batch fire question?

Postby T-Bird24 » Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:59 pm

Peterson wrote:
T-Bird24 wrote:G'day

im thinking the one cylinder will be favored more fuel then the other 2.


It may be favored but at the average engine fuel requirements will be met.


so there should not be any running issues? because im having some rough idle and it doesnt rev very well. do i just need to fine tune the fuel map better

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Re: batch fire question?

Postby HaltechMatthew » Thu Oct 18, 2018 1:04 pm

As soon as you are not injecting sequentially it makes no difference how the injectors are wired. In Batch Fire it does not have a sequencing reference anyway so it can start firing at any time in the cycle so it is never the exact same each time you start the engine. Firing it more than once per cycle evens it all out.


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