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Discussion in 'Riding Gear - Accessories - Workshop Tools' started by ShaneP, Jan 14, 2019.

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    ShaneP Well-Known Member Premium Member Contributing Member

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    When checking duty cycle (as in above ) to test coils or injectors the hold button will keep the reading. Otherwise the reading will just go up and down with on/off time of the current to the injector/coil. Why test duty cycle? To find out if your injectors are getting to their limit, eg if running more than 90% at max revs/boost then you need to replace them with bigger injector bodies to flow more fuel.
     
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