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    Required reading for understanding EFI

    The three Methods of EFI basics

    Alpha-n vs Speed Density vs MAF

    http://www.carcraft.com/techarticles/24549/


    A great general description on (mostly Speed Density) EFI systems The people on Haltec use the Megasquirt site for general info.

    http://www.megasquirt.info/v22manual/mfuel.htm

    Tuning theory explained

    http://www.megasquirt.info/v22manual/mtune.htm#theory

    Feal free to ask questions as the MS site is all about sharing and teaching.

    AW


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    Very good Post

    you should post this on the Yamaha side too....it will benefit both sides

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    was definitely a good post and good article to read. what's a 4-tec.... Speed Density EFI

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    At least the $5000 Seadoo one is Alpha-N.

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    how'd i know u were gonna say that, lol

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    Didn`t educate me in the least. But it does help those with lESS understanding. Maps, density, curves, boost,,,you boys are funny. Thats why I come here all the time. I really like ya`ll. 12.7 perfect A/F ratios,,,at 8g,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,its getting hott in here,,,lets melt off ,,ALL OUR CLOTHES!

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    u guys should see the carbed XP Whittlebeast did some work on..... custom intake, throttle body, EFI on a 2-stroke XP! it's pretty sweet

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    Bad Bruce Heape did most of the work on that XP, Bruce is the guy that built our 6 inj. manifolds

    Awesome post Andy, Im learning everyday

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