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Old 12-26-13, 10:40 PM
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what's best way to control 9 injectors with LT16c ?

I have 3 x 900cc primaries and 6 x 900cc secondaries on Xcessive manifold.

I am controlling the secondaries in batch of 2 injectors. Is there a better way to control the 6 secondary injectors with Microtech LT16c? I don't want to put the % stage too high. My focus is on smooth power curve. I'm not looking to make more than 500.
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batching the injectors is the only way i know of to expand the injector limit, this of course puts more strain on the injector drivers and injector staging accuracy. using low impedence injectors with resistors would help alleviate the higher than expected impedence issue with the ECU(any ECU out there expects a maximum of 15 ohms per circuit that i am aware of).

aside from that the only other way around it is running an auxiliary fuel controller or second ECU paired to the primary.
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