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Old 09-08-14, 06:44 PM
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microtech and injector dynamics

i have a LTx-12 and i am trying to run ID1000`s on primaries and ID2000`s on secondaries
is there some special setting that needs to be input in the settings , i just cant get it to idle or work , seems to run LEAN if anything

before the swap i ran Rc engineering 1000 primaries and 1600 (generic brand) secondaries , it ran fine and idled ok

i will mail microtech directly later but i`m just wondering if any of you guys have bumped into this already
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Old 09-10-14, 08:34 AM
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Figured out the problem , it was a combination of ,low battery voltage and me removing the atomizer , all seems fine now
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Figured out the problem , it was a combination of ,low battery voltage and me removing the atomizer , all seems fine now
Removing the atomizer? Are you talking about the plastic nozzle tips that drop down into the rotor housings? I didn't realize you needed to keep them with top-feed injectors?

How did you fix the issue?
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i had them in , the main issue i had was my previous setup , the injectors were not the appropriate type , so i kept the atomizer since they have a bunch of o-rings around them to help seal the manifold .
but with the FFE kit the Injector Dynamics came with this nifty adapter that i could remove the atomizer and have a good seal

so in short the atomizer i believe changed the spray pattern of the previous injector (RC engineering) plus a the fact that i had low battery must have screwed with my settings , or most likely kept my fuel press a bit low .
charged up the battery and played a bit with the tuning and everything is golden

maybe the atomizer required me to use slightly more fuel ? not sure but it works
at first i was worried that the microtech could not handle the six ID injectors , but Jon from microtech assured me that it was no problem , and its handling them like a pro
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Id injectors have a great spray pattern and don't need the stock atomizers..
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