The others have explained it, but again, no. The number of injection events divides the amount of fuel required ("Req_fuel"), so 2-squirts injects half the fuel on each injection as a 1-squirt setup would. However, the primary reason I jumped-in here was to ask about your build. I know 42 PPH injectors was only an example, but a 2.8L V6 using only 85% flow capacity and properly tuned would generate around 430 horsepower. Even the very expensive Cosworth 2.8 twin-turbos didn't quite get there, so I'm curious...
kaighn80 wrote: ↑Fri Nov 27, 2020 10:37 ammy question was basically because i wasn't sure if i could for example use smaller injectors squirting twice at a higher percentage of max like your 85% example to provide the same amount of fuel as a single larger injector, but having seen how you've explained it that makes sense. I'm building a 2.5l duratec v6 turbo. the aim initially is 400bhp for my kit car, then i intend on building another engine that will go to around 600bhp, swap the two over and put the 400bhp one into my mondeo daily driver if it proves to be reliable, other wise ill dial it back to maybe 300-320bhp which would still be quick enough for everyday normal driving.
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