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Old 08-21-2002, 20:59   #1 (permalink)
Tickford EL XR6
 
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Question EEC-V Diagnostics and cylinder flow

Hello all,

I have heard that there are some EEC-IV or V V8s out there that can calculate cylinder flow as part of a diagnostics run. Does anyone out there know how this is done?

I have a XR I6 and would like to try and get some port flow info on this engine. I know the I6 is mapped sensed so it probably has a different proceedure to the V8s, but is there another way of getting the ECU to perform this dignosis?

I need the port flow and I guess that this is one way to get the info, but if anyone has flow bench results for their I6 head can you PLEASE post 'em up here or pm me. I have tried asking Tickford but they don;t want to tell me. grrrrrr.

Any tips you guys can offer are very much appreciated.

Cheers,

james
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Old 08-21-2002, 21:53   #2 (permalink)
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Just a suggestions James, but how about calling the Mock boys, possibly Mick Webb or Herrods?

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