Designing, building, and tuning an electronic injection system begins with a basic understanding of the various components and sensors involved and a knowledge of how the system relates to all other parts of your engine.
Choosing the correct piggyback or stand-alone ECU and understanding the fuel and ignition requirements are also critical.
● An Introduction to EFI Tuning
● Fuel Delivery
● EFI Wiring
● Sensors and How the ECU Uses Them
● The Ignition System
● ECU Extras
● Factory Stock ECUs
● Tweaking the Stock ECU
● Piggybacks and Fooling the Stock ECU
● Standalone Engine Management Systems
● Dealing with Functions the Stock ECU Controlled
● Configuring and Tuning Your Engine Management System
● Troubleshooting EFI
● Case Studies
● Useful Formulae
Performance Fuel Injection Systems authors Matt Cramer and Jerry Hoffmann, from aftermarket tuner DIYAutoTune.com, offer real-world, practical applications to help you apply state-of-the-art fuel injection technology to any project vehicle, from street rods and imports to muscle cars and all-out racers.