Not too sure on the injector ratings,
They arent listed on the site http://www.geocities.com/ttskipp/injector.html
I thought factory ones are 19's
I know its still early, but have you noticed any major improvement with the SEFI setup compared to std.
Do you need to calculate when the valve opens in conjunction to the trigger signal or does the ecu work all that out for you?
The only drama on mine would be trying to get the maf somewhere in between the blower and throttle body, as there is only around 20mm gap, the output of the blower butts up against the T/body. The only way would be to rotate the blower outlet and make up some sort of S pipe to fit the maf, however it will be a very tight fit. This would prob be the biggest drama in doing the conversion with the powerdyne, and with the bends required, restrict the airflow to the t/body.
Is it possible to use a map sensor with the 5.0 EEC instead of maf, or will that be defeating the purpose? (possibly a voltage output map? in place of maf)
Currently - i have removed the chip i was running (the dump i gave you) and modified the trans wiring to improve the shifts (see other post) The car is going a LOT better with out the chip, and isnt pinging at all. Like you said, dunno what those CA## people did to the program, but they have seemed to have made a mess of it, it would never go consistantly.
The approx AF/R is around 13.6 constantly (bit rich for closed loop) however, up to around 12.5 under load (DIY AF/R off HEGO). It seems the ecu cant trim any more off the fueling map in closed loop. I might put a new thermostat in, to make it run hotter, as my current one is modified to stop airlocks in the system (4mm hole in it) and does run cool.