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Default 06-30-2020, 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Team Tonka
BMS - per the below, at what times should the log show it above 10? I'm assuming I don't want it below 10 when going WOT or 100% peddle during acceleration? At slower crusing/driving speeds I think it will almost always be under 10 correct?

"FP_H: The fuel pressure in mbar of the high pressure pump. Generally will sit above 10. If FP_H dips this indicates you’re using more fuel than the high pressure system can maintain, generally comes up on those running heavy E85 mixtures at higher boost levels. If FP_H drops below 7 the JB4 will disable."
We're talking full load/throttle on high pressure. You'll know it's a problem because you'll see it rolling down as fuel demand increases.


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