Honda Civic / Del Sol ( – ) – erl mf2 injector controller – I was wondering what was everybodys opinions on this controller. Is it easy to tune, or reliable?. I have a 8v turbo project, and am running a MF2 for fueling: Would anyone know the easiest way to work out the fueling, i’ve done some. Engine Management – MF2 Fuel Injecter Controller – I just got done wtb: Erl Mf2 addtional injector controller ford injecter · Got a Great E-bay.
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If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Btw, it will not be one of “Tom’s kits,” unless there is a group buy going on at the time.
My question is, what in the hell exactly IS this thing? I’ve read the article on it a half dozen times, and I’m still confused as to what it is and what it comes with. I understand that it is a form of ECU, or an addition to it, but what else? It mentions 4 injectors that it comes with but 2 aren’t included?
Is this to be used in ,f2 to a turbo timer, or is it used for that purpose also? Any and all information will be greatly appreciated. Oh, heh, here’s the link for it. Find More Posts by Kango. That link doesn’t work and I’m only vaguely familiar with the turbo kit your talking about.
You have your four stock injectors in the manifold which are controlled by the stock ECU. Now let’s say you add a couple more injectors tapped into the charge pipe.
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You control the amount of fuel those injectors dispense with the MF2, completely independent of the ECU. Fmax uses a setup like that in their kits, the charge pipe is tapped to accept two injectors and with the kit you get the injectors plus a preprogrammed MF2. Find More Posts by MrFatbooty. Okay, I’m pickin’ up what you’re throwin’ down. So, it’s a cheaper way of tossing more fuel into the mixture and being able to tune it, as opposed el spending the extra money by using higher flowing injectors, and a timer, correct?
IMO, I’d rather go with the latter sp? Would anybody care to disagree?
Actually, I’m in complete agreement with you. For that price you might as well get a Hondata system and do it right. Find More Posts by qtiger. A lot of people have trouble tuning additional injector setups correctly. Some are able to get them running well, but this is the exception rather than the rule.
For simplicity and ease of tuning, I would go with larger injectors amd a standalone like Hondata, as was suggested. Find More Posts by inspyral.
The MF2 can handle a maximum of 4 fuel injectors but with caution or you’ll burn the unit. I advised you use only 2 fuel injectors with the unit.
There is no difference in tuning a car with an ERL compared to a car with a larger fuel injectors. Fuel entering the combustion camber is the same as fuel entering the combustion camber using 6 fuel injectors on a 4 cylinder car. To properly tune an engine you’ll need to know what is happening inside your engine. The benefits behind an additional fuel injector computer ,f2 for the ease of upgradability.
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If for some reason you upgraded all of your factory 4 cylinder fuel injectors to larger ones and decides that you what to increase the boost, then you’ll need to purchase a set of new fuel injectors. With an additional fuel injector controller, you’ll only need to upgrade two injectors rather than four. Another benefit with ERL’s MF2, you fm2 use it as a water injection but you’ll to buy the water pump kit though.
By injecting atomized water into the combustion camber you can run more boost because it’ll act as an octane mt2 it’ll also retard your timing during high boost pressure. Find More Posts by ryewdedyet.
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Originally posted by ryewdedyet There is no difference in tuning a car with an ERL compared to a car with a larger fuel injectors. Originally posted by ryewdedyet By injecting atomized water into the combustion camber you can run more boost because it’ll act as an octane and it’ll also retard your timing during high boost pressure. One other problem that can happen if you run additional fuel injectors before the throttle body is that fuel can pool up in the manifold.
Water injection doesn’t technically boost octane but it does have a similar effect in that it helps limit detonation. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Your question will be posted in:.