Through this whole process my stress level and frustration has been pretty high. I will say that it looks like I figured out a piece of the puzzle. Some said it's the injectors others said it's programing. I wanted to hook last night but at 10:30 the sled broke.
I found with both map
regulators I tried, what worked on the street didn't work in front of the sled. Trying to keep the pressure up to the map
) and not trip the ses
light has been a real problem. Under normal driving it would work fine. Hooked to the sled I found in data logs the the pressure was spiking. Wasn't sure if it was a map
problem pressure problem or what. The air regulators are designed to be pass through and not dead head. I think this is going to fix the issue.
Cryogenic Valve— Intended for compressed air and gaseous cryogenic liquids. Cleaned, degreased, and packaged for oxygen service. Has a PTFE seal and Type 440 stainless steel spring and ball. Temp. range is -250° to +350° F. Connections: NPT male bottom inlet and vented side outlet. For cryogenic valve, please specify pressure range: 0 to 5, 6 to 15, 16 to 37
, 38 to 140, 141 to 300, or 301 to 400 psi
A pop of valve alone will never keep up. With this inline after the regulator it eliminates the pressure surge and spike in the map
reading. It should now be able to hold the 22 psi
during a pull and not just a 22 psi
spike at the start. Maybe why it always fueled good on the line and cleaned up so much down track.
I can't say thank you enough to Jody and Diane at DP-Tuner for all they have done. They along with Jim Rose at DYI and even David at DI have taken a few jabs over this whole issue. I've heard it all. Without their help I wouldn't be out there trying.