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Anyone running 60# injectors with an Anderson PMS? Just wondering how much cranking fuel you are removing, i just can't seem to get it where i want. Any input much appreciated. Thanks.
 

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I can't say for the PMS tuner, but with my Quarterhorse I just install the injector supplied flow sheet for cranking PW's and all is good. All injectors have tested cranking PW settings from the factory.
 

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-40 here with the 60's
 

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we have tried anywhere from -30 to -80 and the car will not start without touching the gas pedal, shouldn't it ? My 93 does with 42#'s. Thanks for the input.Once it starts it runs fine.
 

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we have tried anywhere from -30 to -80 and the car will not start without touching the gas pedal, shouldn't it ? My 93 does with 42#'s. Thanks for the input.Once it starts it runs fine.
You sure you have the start fuel turned on??
 

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Is this on a cold start or a hot start??
 

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You sure you have the start fuel turned on??
You mean am I on the start fuel setting? Doesn't matter hot or cold. Are u able to start it with just the turn of the key, and not touch the pedal at all?
 

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You mean am I on the start fuel setting? Doesn't matter hot or cold. Are u able to start it with just the turn of the key, and not touch the pedal at all?
Yes car starts without touching the gas, I did adjust the temp. comp. because it was to fat on hot starts.
 

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I mean do you have idle control turned on?
 

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no, do you?
Yes thats what turns on the start fuel, thats why when you change it it isnt doing anything. What series pms do you have?
 

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^ same here. Mine is also set as -40
 

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60's here also but I have mine set at -48 and I also have idle control turned on.
 

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called out to Anderson today and they said do not turn on the idle control, but we did it anyway and the car revs to 1300 rpms. and i cannot do anything to affect it. They also told me to remove my idle plate, we did and that doesn't really seem to make a difference, now we are getting an issue at 180 dgrees, goes really rich, I'm ready to loose it with this thing.
 

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just curious Terry why they told you not to turn it on? I'm trying to learn all I can before I get mine
 

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Rick from Anderson ford told me that he would rather see the car idle on it's own. Tweaking the tps voltage, adjusting the idle air control screw (if your aftermarket t-body has that provision), and getting the timing and fuel settings on the PMS calm enough to have the car idle on it's own.

That said it's a rare day that you will meet someone that isn't using the idle control to make the car do what you want.
 
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