So if I'm consistently hitting 94 to 96 % injector duty at WOT, I should be considering bigger injectors, correct? I have 42lb injectors now. What's the next step up? Can you put in injectors that are too large?Steel Chicken said:Injector duty cycle.
Less than 80% max is ideal.
http://www.ls1gto.com/forums/showthread.php?t=104145sdgoat said:And I was just sitting here, thinking "I wish I had something to buy for the goat. I really need to spend some more money.".
im not sure if you are talking about YOU or talking about sdgoat.lanceygto said:I have had the same concern for a few days now and talked to several knowledgeable guys including my tuner as well as Bottlefed from this forum. Both my tuner and Bottlefed have had extensive experience doing this. Concensus is that there is no need to upgrade them injectors. I am told and I also read that you can be more consistent and precise working with the 42 lbs injectora than working with the 60 lbs injectors with a much shorter pulse width. In other words since the smaller injectors stay open longer then a time variation is less critical than with an injector that stays open for much a shorter time.
I have seen different opinions as well but for now I will stick with what my tuner has to say as my goals are not that ambitious.
BTW I do not see your pulse width values.
and yes, while bigger injectors are slightly more difficult to tune because of the minimum pulse width issue, they can be made to idle and part-throttle just fine, with some extra TLC.sdgoat said:So if I'm consistently hitting 94 to 96 % injector duty at WOT, I should be considering bigger injectors, correct? I have 42lb injectors now. What's the next step up? Can you put in injectors that are too large?