LOLdont want or need your respect,,will that manifold cause that big of a problem ,or would something else be weak first,i dont need your input ok,i think i called when i ask you a couple of ? you searched internet all night looking for answer ,still havent got them
that is funnyWow. Either somebody is not really a Cat mechanic or they are not allowed to take turbos off at that stealership,
manifolds erode in the real world especially in certain engines.
Kurt THANK YOU for sharing more of your wisdom one the electronic injector.
The part about the solenoid becoming a linear generator under high pressure conditions makes perfect sense.
Some times I think the arrogance of a hired on mechanic is laughable, nothing invested but their toolbox and they know how to run somebodies else business.
jcr here is something to think about: aliens come and kidnap all you superhero dealer "mechanics" : the skilled drivers will keep their iron running.
Aliens kidnap all the drivers your sorry ***** starves.
Thanks Aaron.What you fail to realize is how much Kurt has written the book for PDI. He is far from just a customer of theirs.
I assume this is the first line you refer to?first line ,
mmmmmm I think you need to read Kurts explanation AGAIN and how the solenoid draws the Armature plate to the Coil and how it manages to hold it and what Influences it to Modulate.varying voltage an pulsewidth opens solenoid ,longer ,shorter,as the demand changes an or is ask for by the ecm per flash an fuel #s,not reading sis or service manual
But first you need to understand that you're underneath the wave to be able to changeremember in life if your not riding the wave of change your underneath it,ok,
The "Professor" himself has spoken LOLI assume this is the first line you refer to?
mmmmmm I think you need to read Kurts explanation AGAIN and how the solenoid draws the Armature plate to the Coil and how it manages to hold it and what Influences it to Modulate.
Pulse width is only one function that "influences" the Fuel by volume injected on any given cycle... The Pulse width is a variable as such in time and strength influenced by the ECMM itself. There is many other elements that alter what the ECM wants!!!!!!!!
Don't feel bad you don't understand this as 99% of people don't!!. Until you have witnessed it on a Fuel test bench with and oscilloscope you will never understand it...
However if you don't understand it and clearly you don't wouldn't it be wiser to ask and be polite to people who have the knowledge? Your attitude leaves a bit to be desired I feel.
He isn't the peanut gallery. He actually can teach and has great knowledge of anything related to the yellow motors. He gave me enough knowledge to understand the injector function. This is why my truck has done well in dyno contests with a much smaller injector in it than anybody else has used in the past, including the PDI dyno/show truck. Fuel management is much more important than fuel quantity during the injection cycle when building big Hp in these electronic engines...howse about you giving it a rest like a mature adult instead of encouraging dissenntion on a pretense from the peanut gallery?
Just a thought. ROGER