5 Channel Thermocouple Gauge/Amp w Analog Out & More

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Re: 5 Channel Thermocouple Gauge/Amp w Analog Out & More

Postby loxxrider » Tue Mar 21, 2017 2:26 am

Nope, if the Dekas are working OK then I wouldn't upgrade. Then again, you are trying to get to the bleeding edge of fuel economy and performance based on fuel film calculations and the like... so maybe it would be worth it when you get to that point. I doubt it'd be enough to pay for the injectors though! Honestly, the 780s are fine, but I really think the best value is in the 1200s. They offer such great idle and part throttle characteristics with a ton of flow. You can't beat them for value if you need that kind of flow.
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Re: 5 Channel Thermocouple Gauge/Amp w Analog Out & More

Postby ChrisAudi80 » Wed Mar 22, 2017 2:46 am

loxxrider wrote:Nope, if the Dekas are working OK then I wouldn't upgrade. Then again, you are trying to get to the bleeding edge of fuel economy and performance based on fuel film calculations and the like... so maybe it would be worth it when you get to that point. I doubt it'd be enough to pay for the injectors though! Honestly, the 780s are fine, but I really think the best value is in the 1200s. They offer such great idle and part throttle characteristics with a ton of flow. You can't beat them for value if you need that kind of flow.

I see. 1200 would be enormous for me, even after going to the TD04. Tried using fuel film, but I have no idea how to read or tune that now, so I disabled it again.
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