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Hello,

 

I was hoping someone could explain to me the numerals the injection map shows on the Apexi Power FC's Commander.

Seems to be 3 digits with no decimal place from what i can tell, example 100 109 

How is this calculated?

 

 

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1 hour ago, djr81 said:

You mean these numbers?

 

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Yep this one, is that based on a percentage or how is that calculated?

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Hrmm okay - so with the commander no way to calculate the af/r ? im assuming 100 is 14.7

 

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1 hour ago, AusFreak said:

Hrmm okay - so with the commander no way to calculate the af/r ? im assuming 100 is 14.7

 

No because then bigger numbers would mean less fuel.

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how did you come up with that? It makes more sense that a higher number would mean more fuel wouldnt it?

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15 minutes ago, AusFreak said:

Hrmm okay - so with the commander no way to calculate the af/r ? im assuming 100 is 14.7

 

 

1 hour ago, AusFreak said:

how did you come up with that? It makes more sense that a higher number would mean more fuel wouldnt it?

Which is why you are wrong

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Get a Haltech or Adaptronic or Motec or Emtron 

Plug up a wideband o2 into the ECU anf all your questions will have logical answers.

Sell or throw that PowerFC in the bin.

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