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    Default Injector Auto-Phasing

    I was just going through my base tune I had sent to me and noticed the cam specs were different then what I actually have. I corrected the values, so now I would have to recalculate it still correct? Would having the wrong values entered have a noticeable effect on the idle and rest of driveability? I just noticed this the other day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 438wStang View Post
    I corrected the values, so now I would have to recalculate it still correct?
    Yes, recalculate, but search the forum for the better way to program Injector End Angle.
    http://forums.holley.com/showthread....0396#post70396 (Injector End Angle Tuning Information)
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    Here's an image of my table after I recalculated it, what should I be concentrating on mainly? I have to do more reading to better understand this I imagine.
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    Contact Allan5oh on this forum. He made a spreadsheet that he uses for optimum Injector End Angle.
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    Will do, thanks!

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    You're welcome.
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    Default Using Microsoft Excel with Holley Dominator.

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    For what purpose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by S2H View Post
    If you have a wide variety of values you want for your end of injection angle, then you will either need to do them one
    cell at a time, or get smart enough to use Excel to paste values into, and use the math functions to do the math for you.
    I have Excel and was curious about the math function.

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    He's referring to using Excel separately, not incorporated into the Holley EFI software. Contact Allan5oh on this forum, he's been doing this for Holley EFI users.
    https://forums.holley.com/showthread...e-for-everyone (Allan5oh Fuel Pressure Compensation Spreadsheet)
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