I need to mention that I found another somewhat rare situation that proves to be a little bit of a pain in the ***. Last week I went to pick up some furniture. I had to parallel park on a side street, between two vehicles, in a snow bank. It requires some pretty awkward throttle stabs, and I found out that the situation is quite a bit worse in reverse. Not exactly sure why. Maybe because the reverse gear ratio is very slightly smaller than 1st. Put it in reverse, no big deal, quick blip of the throttle, or heavy press with a quick let-off and brake after rolling over a chunk of snow/ice, and I'm stalling. It's something that I can work around, and the wife has never had an issue, so it's still pretty rare. Doesn't bother me much, just a little embarassing of there's people around, haha.
@Me78569 Let's say I want to keep these at 365 bar. (Because I do... 50% because I like the way it drives, and 50% because I don't want to spend ~4-5 hours on a saturday replacing and re-popping injectors when there's oh so many oil leaks I could be fixing). Are you interested in playing with:
1. An anti-stall feature, likely tailored to people with automatics and high injector pop pressures. Yeah... Probably not a big market for that... Would likely only need to be active at 0% tps.
2. Extra fuel while cranking. I totally understand that there are huge implications here, and the Quad will likely not be happy about controlling fuel while cranking when the battery voltage is being sucked down to nil. Still though... I am prepared to give the quad it's own 12V battery and diode isolate. In the name of VP44 science.
I don't want to open up the SAC vs VCO debate, but I have not read a compelling enough argument to pick SAC over VCO. All I can tell you is that with the 7x.013's popping at 365 BAR, my theoretical maximum fuel flow is probably reduced a little bit, and I don't need wiretap to break 50psi with my setup. I haven't turned off the boost limiter yet, but wiretap is pretty much dead to me, lol. The tune I'm running now is a little hazy from 4-15 psi (totally made up those numbers), but it can be as clean as you want it to be.
When I bought my original cheap 7x.014's, it was because I didn't know much and I was paranoid about not having enough fuel. They smoked out the dyno shop at 63 psi and would hit 73 on the highway (more air). That was before v2 of course. Too much injector now = not enough tuning. Kinda.