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    Maybe when it runs over 8160 the relevant tables just cap at 8160.
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    Thanks for the neg Alex lol. How those coils hanging in there?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Maybe when it runs over 8160 the relevant tables just cap at 8160.
    Yep. You'll hit a crank correlation error eventually.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by noorj Click here to enlarge
    Sorry but what are you talking about?
    I'm trying to understand this but how is he wrong? The direct injection window gets shorter the higher you rev does it not?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by V8Bait Click here to enlarge
    Thanks for the neg Alex lol. How those coils hanging in there?
    neg?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by hobbit382 Click here to enlarge
    nice correction I have a few datalogs hitting 82-8300 rpm tho
    What correction? The 8155 I posted above was the max rpm in JT's log in question that I saw.

    And sure, the DME will log above 8160rpm, as 2-byte rpm is always there for accuracy. But beyond that, good luck getting it to cooperate / fuel the car Click here to enlarge There is a non-calibratable constant for this set to 8160, literally baked into the asm.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jyamona@motiv Click here to enlarge
    What correction? The 8155 I posted above was the max rpm in JT's log in question that I saw.

    And sure, the DME will log above 8160rpm, as 2-byte rpm is always there for accuracy. But beyond that, good luck getting it to cooperate / fuel the car Click here to enlarge There is a non-calibratable constant for this set to 8160, literally baked into the asm.
    sorry must have missed that part. the logs I speak of are from mechanical over rev Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by hobbit382 Click here to enlarge
    sorry must have missed that part. the logs I speak of are from mechanical over rev
    Who's the money shifter? Haha

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by hobbit382 Click here to enlarge
    neg?
    He's referring to a neg rep but only I can see who they come from and... well, some of you guys are petty but not you Click here to enlarge

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    Ive been running the double barrel for close to six months now with No issues but i do have the latest pump

    Over spinning the pump is not an issue

    Worth every penny

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