I decided to make a new topic since this problem I have is now with MAF-T. I tried to change the settings from injector size to maf size and nothing changes. For some reason my front bank doesn't run same as the rear bank till I get some load on the engine. Even when I'm driving on slow speed like neighborhood or parking lot. It misses very bad. I have no idea what the problem is. I even switch the injectors to 900cc this time since I was maxing out the 800cc but it seems it runs even worse with these injectors. Is it because the injectors are too large for ECU to control? This is embarrassing when I drive through car meets. For some reason even when driving 30-40 and I give it 6-8% throttle it goes to very lean again and you can even hear it on the exhaust tone how lean it's running. Car is running great if I give it more than 9% throttle and running full throttle. I looked around and some other DSM people have has lean idle issue too but I never got to see what their solution was (if they ever figured it out at all). Mid and high fuel trims are 100% but I can't get the low trim above 72%. I once got it to 86 but went back to 72 after driving it around for a short time. Any one else has had this problem? is this the best I can get for these injectors and stock ECU and MAF-T? I can't be the only one with large injectors and the maft. Oh and I have the basic MAF-T and not the pro version. Video doesn't show clearly when the car is missing but when I'm driving and it goes lean. That's when it misses. I even show Data logger and as you can see front bank runs lean till I get to 2k RPM. https://youtu.be/AlZ1An3cLW0
I just have safc and MAF-T. I tried everything. It's maxed out rich for the idle for the MAF-T and mid knob. when I make it rich with safc only the rear gets rich and it gets even rougher. Front stays lean according to the factory o2 sensors no matter how rich I make it with safc. Could it be that I gutted the maf sensor? And it's not reading air flow correctly? I didn't want any restriction so I removed the screen.
I haven't gone back but I did have missing issue when I was running 800cc injectors and safc with stock maf. I don't know. I bought a new gm maf and see if that help. If not then I think it's the ecu that can't control the injectors.
I sold my older injectors so can't go to smaller injectors unless I buy a set.
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Unfortunately it's not the screen either. I bought a new GM mas and it is still doing the same thing. I bought a set of brand new 950cc FIC injectors and see if that helps. I never had this problem till I switched the injectors so let's hope that'll resolve my problem.
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