Designing And Tuning High-Performance Fuel Injection Systems

by Greg Banish

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Following up his best-selling title, Engine Management: Advanced Tuning, Greg Banish goes in-depth on the combustion basics of fuel injection as well as benefits and limitations of standalone. "Designing and Tuning High-Performance Fuel Injection Systems":

Contents:
Common Tuning Mistakes
Unwillingness to Learn
Improper Injector Characterization
Failure to Perform Steady State Measurements
Mechanical Problems
Tuning for Dyno Numbers
Tuning Only on the Street
Tuning Only on the Dyno
Trusting Marginal Measurement Equipment
Getting Good Advice

Components of a Standalone
Why Use a Standalone?
So What’s In It for Me?
Drawbacks of SA Controllers

Combustion Basics
The Great Equalizer
AFR and Torque
Fuel Economy and Emissions

VE Equation and Airflow Estimation
Engine Load
VE and Torque

Fuel Injector behavior
Batch vs. Sequential Injection
Saturation vs. Peak and Hold
Flow Rate vs. Time
Choosing an Injector
Fuel Pressure
Multiple Injector Arrays

Ignition Angle and Cylinder Pressure
Spark Hook Test
Knock
Torque Control

VE Table Zones

Introduction to Setups and Calibration
Laptop
Wideband Oxygen Sensor
Dynamometers
Additional Equipment

Initial Setup

Creating a VE Table from Scratch
Getting Moving on the Dyno
Working Downward
Higher Loads
Boosted Operation

Acceleration Enrichment
Calibration of the Transient Fueling Correction

Timing Maps from Scratch
Rule #1: Don’t Knock!
Rule #2: Advance Timing with Increasing Engine Speed
Rule #3: Reduce Timing with Increasing Cylinder Load
Rule #4: Don’t Run MBT at Idle
Finding MBT on the Dyno
WOT Spark Advance
Boosted Spark Advance

Startup Maps
Fuel Delivery

Auxiliary Outputs
Cooling Fans
Camshaft Actuation
Boost Control
Traction Control
Nitrous Oxide
Two-Step Control
Transmission Control

Alcohol and Ethanol
Oxygen Sensors and Alcohol
Calibration Setup for Alcohol
Ethanol
Pump Gas

Appendix
Tuning Example
Conversion Charts

Aftermarket standalone systems are a great way to dial in performance and reliability. "Designing and Tuning High-Performance Fuel Injection Systems" is the book you need to become an expert in this popular modification.

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  • Publisher: Cartech, Inc.
  • ISBN: 1932494901 (1-932-49490-1)
  • ISBN-13: 9781932494907 (978-1-932-49490-7)
  • Format: Softcover, 128 pages. Colour photographs.
  • Date Published: 2009

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