Originally posted by Larry Ratcliff
I am not sure if it is more ideal to have a shorter duty cycle by running the larger capacity injector so I am really just throwing out things that I would be asking myself if in your position.
Seems most don't like to go above 85% duty cycle. However, Protomotive go much higher than that. The problem is as I said earlier that too big of an injector at idle (therefore at a low duty cycle) will cause a poor spray pattern. This is why Ruf used two injectors per cylinder with only one being used for low rpm and idle.
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